6247 Larchwood Ave – SOLD

This charming Cobbs Creek home has character for days alongside stylish upgrades. From the adorable slate-tiled enclosed porch to the sleek farmhouse-inspired kitchen, each detail proves a flip can still feel warm and personal. The original details—hardwood floors with decorative inlay throughout, leaded glass front windows, original doors with glass knobs and the pretty turned staircase—are perfectly accented by a thoughtful color palette and timeless design choices. The main floor has an ideal layout with distinct living/dining/kitchen spaces, but with great flow in between. The spacious kitchen features slate tile floors, stainless steel appliances, white Shaker-style cabinets topped with dark butcher block countertops, a porcelain farmhouse sink and a pretty beadboard wall detail. Just off the kitchen is a small mudroom, great for storing gardening tools for the nice-sized front and rear yards. All three bedrooms get great natural light from oversized windows, and the rear benefits from an extra window overlooking the breezeway. The handsome bathroom features a skylight, crisp white subway tile tub surround, unique vanity with barn door, and exposed brick accent wall. The basement is super-finishable, with its good ceiling height and existing “throne” that could be completed as a proper powder room, and there is already a separate laundry area with utility sink. This fabulous house is in a convenient location near schools, SEPTA, Morris Rec Center, the Free Library and shopping centers, and just a few blocks from Cobbs Creek Park, with its biking and hiking trails, baseball, basketball and ice skating rink.

  • $135,000 – SOLD
  • 3bd/1ba
  • 1,112 sq ft

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