You can tell Brewerytown is in demand because realtors and residents are fighting about what the boundaries are. Unofficially, the area runs from the eastern bank of the Schuylkill and 25th Street up to Cecil B. Moore Avenue and down to Parrish Street. As Girard Avenue's retail growth creeps west, so grows Brewerytown. The data shows home sale prices on the rise in the neighborhood. Here are three homes to be had under $270,000.
1400 North Hollywood Street
Taxes: Abatement in process
Tell me all about it: This two-bedroom home has been renovated from the ground floor up. The finishes are so new that there are built-in USB charging ports and the tax abatement is currently in process. Bonus: you're on a corner, so three facades of natural light for you!
1333 North 32nd Street
Taxes: $190 monthly / HOAs: $225 monthly
Tell me all about it: This two-bedroom, two-bath townhome includes gated and garage parking directly accessible from the first level. We also love that the master bedroom has an en-suite bath and a walk-in closet. Within the year, you'll be walking-distance from the Flying Fish Brewery.
2617 Ingersoll Street
Tell me all about it: Sleek, clean and minimal, this three-bedroom home has been renovated into an open-concept dream. We love the subway tile in the kitchen almost as much as we love the basement's wet bar. Bonus: the back patio is begging for a gardener's handiwork.
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