Who doesn't want to enjoy the beautiful warm weather in the comfort of their own home? With limited space in the city, I am always on the lookout for hidden gems with amazing backyard spaces or roof decks to enjoy through the spring and summer. Whether you want a blank slate to create you own outdoor oasis, or a perfect green space that's just waiting for an outdoor BBQ! Who says you need to move to the suburbs for the perfect outdoor space?
Check out these new listings that just hit the market. Big or small, each has an amazing outdoor space to soak up some sun!
2158 E Norris St.- All set for your Memorial Day Weekend BBQ! (Added Bonus: Comes with a Roof Deck too!)
1216.5 Crease St.- Roof Deck with just enough green space!
1423 E Berks St.- Perfect space to start your own garden!
2726 E Albert St. - A blank slate for you to create your dream urban oasis! (This home sits on an 80ft. lot!)
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Author:Corrin Marrazzo Phone: 267-566-2021 Dated: May 8th 2019 Views: 392 About Corrin: ...
A lifelong resident of Philadelphia, Kathy has a great appreciation and understanding for the city’s culture and architectural integrity. Practical knowledge of each neighborhood is what makes her excel in matching people with properties. Her diversified background in insurance, working in a clinical laboratory for a pharmaceutical company and hospitals, health care, and cosmetology fuel her intrinsic knowledge and passion for real estate.
She is able to utilize market insight with her eye for quality as well as value to help facilitate the smoothest real estate experience possible. Personable, patient and knowledgeable, she possesses a smart, interpersonal flair as well as a refined visual sense, making her the ideal representative for buyers and sellers alike.
As a resident of the Art Museum area for over twenty years, she has a special affinity for center city properties. Her smart approach keeps customers informed, visualizing all the possibilities of a space so they won’t pass up a good opportunity.