Welcome to 254 S Quince Street, a historic 1820s Federal-style home set on Washington Square West’s most sought after, tree-lined, and cobblestone street. A classic black door and red shutters set the tone of this traditional home and invite you to step inside and discover the perfect blend of original style paired perfectly with contemporary comforts. The living room is warmed by an elegant wood-burning fireplace and features beautiful original hardwood floors that flow into the dining room. Here, there is a wet bar for entertaining, a fireplace creating a cozy ambiance, and a door that leads out to the lush and private garden. Downstairs, anyone who loves to cook will adore the eat-in kitchen with an exposed beam ceiling, terracotta tile flooring, custom tile backsplash, built-in cabinetry, and butcher-block countertops. This level also features a laundry room and storage area. On the second floor, you will find the primary suite with a fireplace and walk-in closet. There is also a full bath with a vintage marble slab shower, cherry vanity, mosaic tile in-laid floor, and a deep claw-foot tub set in front of a fireplace. There are two more bedrooms each with its own fireplace, and an additional full hall bathroom on the third floor. The fourth floor offers another bedroom, with a huge closet and tons of natural light, ready to be used as a den or office. The long list of extra features is impressive with inclusions such as zoned HVAC, wide plank pine floors, a new roof from 2017, a total of six working fireplaces, and an abundance of built-in features throughout to ensure this home is one of a kind. A Walkscore and Transitscore of 100, steps from a multitude of restaurants, shopping, and grocery stores, and a quick walk to Rittenhouse Square, Center City, Washington Square, and more make this home a must-see!
Updated on August 21, 2021 at 11:05 am