22 Summit Street Philadelphia, PA 19118

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  • 1,100,000.00
  • Property Type:
  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 3
  • Sq Ft: 3,576
  • Lot Sq Ft: 18,540
  • Acres: .43

Welcome to 22 Summit, on Chestnut Hill’s first residential street. A true architectural treasure, built in the mid 19th century, in the Italianate Style. This charming residence offers 3600 square feet, 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, perfectly suited for everyday living and entertaining. You will love every inch of this fabulous, home, beautifully sited on just under 1/2 acre.Enter the front hall, an inviting living room to your left, with soaring 10+ foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a wood burning fireplace. The dining room, great room and half bathroom offer the casual living space you~ve been looking for. The kitchen, breakfast room, mudroom and laundry will be the center of the action. Upstairs, in addition to master suite, two floors of family bedrooms, baths, offices and comfortable living spaces.Excellent outdoor spaces, brick patios, all beautifully landscaped, greenhouse and detached two car garage. This is a classic Philadelphia home, on the highest perch of the city!All these wonderful features, in a coveted walkable location, just steps from shops, restaurants, public transportation, and the Wissahickon Trails.

Price: 1,100,000.00
Address:22 Summit Street
City:Philadelphia
County:Philadelphia
State:PA
Zip Code:19118
MLS:PAPH791416
Year Built:1925
Floors:3+
Square Feet:3,576
Acres:.43
Lot Square Feet:18,540
Bedrooms:5
Bathrooms:3
Half Bathrooms:1
Garage:2
Pool:No
Property Type:Single family detached
Financial:Cash, Conventional
Condition:Average +
Construction:Masonry
Heat/Cool:Cooling Fuel: Electric, Heating: Hot Water, Radiator, Heating Fuel: Oil, Water Source: Public, Sewer: Public Sewer
Lot size:75 x 245.31
Location:Chestnut Hill
Parking:Detached Garage, Driveway Parking, 2 Total Garage Spaces, 2 Detached Garage Spaces, Garage Door Opener, Garage - Rear Entry, 2 Total Non-Garage Parking Spaces, 4 Total Garage and Parking Spaces

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