This one of a kind home is located at the corner of two of the most beautiful blocks in Fairmount. Built in 1920, this home has been completely architecturally redesigned then remodeled to incorporate a well thought out mixture of modern living and historic details. Enter into the foyer where you'll be greeted by an impressive open staircase showcasing the exposed brick and hardwood flooring that carries throughout the home. The formal living room boasts 11-foot ceilings, exposed beams, a custom built three level niche, and a wood-burning fire place. The newly renovated eat-in kitchen hosts stainless steel appliances, including a Bosch gas range and a sleek Quartz countertop. Off the kitchen, a private patio features hand painted flooring, and a lovely mixture of stone and wood walls. The second level hosts a large family room with a second wood-burning fire place as well as the first of three bedrooms with a hall linen closet and a newly renovated full bath. The third level has two additional bedrooms (one with the third wood-burning fireplace), another linen closet and a renovated full bath. Each of the three bedrooms have custom built closets allowing for ample storage. The home has a semi-finished basement with a built-in storage system as well as laundry and a mud sink. Enjoy views of the Art Museum from each of the three floors. This home is within the Bache-Martin catchment, right off Kelly Drive and Boathouse Row, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Waterworks, Schuylkill River Trail, Eastern State Penitentiary, and so much more. Walking distance to Smith Playground, Philadelphia Zoo, renowned museums, and local favorites like Brown Street Coffee, Dasiwa Sushi, Figs, The Black Taxi, A Mano, to name a few. Ample public transportation options, and quick highway access for your daily commute.