1052-54 Bridge Street, Philadelphia, PA 19124-1841 $325,000
With Pending Contract
Interior Sq. Ft: 3,200
Subdivision: Oxford Circle
A one of a kind, yet incredibly structured home , exists at Northeast Philadelphia. There are 2 lots combine into a single family home. 1052 is a 3 stories , firestone-and wood structure twin house boast 4 nice size bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. This home is famous by its distinctive unconventional deco. It has been posted on Philadelphia Inquirer on May 2012. The owner has replicated the house into medieval Europe castle with many phenomenal and unique features, such as faux stone walls, gargoyles of every shape and size through out the house, hand-painted fleurs-de-lis accent the ceiling in an otherwise modern kitchen, faux cast-iron door with lion heads, 2 large medieval and Moorish-inspired tapestries hanging on the wall, diamond shape mirror on top of marble wood burning fire place , two century -old panels inlaid with Gothic-style pattern, intricated parquet floors. Many greens grow in the sun room plus a beautiful garden plants many vegetables. 1054 is a 2 story building. 1/F use to be a doctor office with separate front entrance. There are reception area, examination room and patients room and 2 other office rooms. Many storages area , hand washing sink and half bathroom. Great space for any professional needs. 2/F is a huge ball room with extended sun room surrounds with glass windows . the ball room contains full wet bar and another wood burning fire place , title floor straight thru. It can host more than 30 people easily for any holiday greeting, music bang playing , dancing and singing . The ball room is connect into the formal dining room. There is also a glass door open to the stairways to the huge cemented and fenced private back yard. An extension place for the parties or enjoyment of tea time. the detached garage powered with electric and water , possible for a in law suite. 3 private car paring drive way. Look at the location, price, size , uniqueness, potential ,features and convenience--What a GREAT BUY!!!
Home Assoc: No
Condo Assoc: No
Pool: No Pool
Hot Water Heating, Natural Gas, Window Unit(s) Cooling, Electric, Hot Water - Natural Gas, Public Water, Public Sewer
Front Entrance Basement, Full Basement, Walkout Level Basement, Accessibility - 32"+ wide Doors
Permanent Foundation, Stone Exterior
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Public Elementary (107 schools)
Public Middle (25 schools)
Public High (38 schools)
Private (55 schools)
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This report is a detailed community overview for Philadelphia (19124), Pennsylvania.
Community Quick Facts
- Average travel time to work for people in this community: 36
- Average salary of people in this community: $40,113
- Population Density (ppl / mile): 14,636
- Household Size (ppl): 3.13
- Households w/ Children: 99%
- Owned: 13,535 (53.8%)
- Rented: 9,302 (37.0%)
- Vacant: 2,323 (9.2%)
- Total: 25,160
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Climate and Weather
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Highest Level of Education Attained
- Less than 9th Grade: 8.8%
- Some High School: 12.8%
- High School Graduate: 42.5%
- Some College: 16.0%
- Associate Degree: 5.9%
- Bachelor's Degree: 9.3%
- Graduate Degree: 4.7%
Income by dollar range
Median Income: $36,884
Fair Market Rents
The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Studio: $735
- One Bedroom: $748
- Two Bedroom: $888
- Three Bedroom: $1,061
- Four Bedroom: $1,166
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Listing data as of 6/06/2023.