SoPhilly Spotlight: Convenient East Passyunk Crossing location edition

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Are you on the market for an updated home in one of Philly’s most in-demand neighborhoods? This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight could do just the trick.


This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom and 830 sq. ft. home is in a convenient East Passyunk Crossing location at 1638 S. Clarion St. The property is currently listed for $299,000


From the listing:

This well-kept property is a 5-minute walk to the heart of East Passyunk Square, a convenient 3-minute walk to the Broad Street Line’s Tasker Morris station, and located directly in the Andrew Jackson Elementary School catchment.



The home was fully updated in 2010 to provide an open first floor layout, including the addition of a convenient first floor powder room.




The property features central air, 1.5 baths, all hardwood floors, a sizeable master bedroom with built-in dresser, an open, well laid out kitchen with great work and storage space, striking tile floors plus granite countertops, and a semi-finished basement perfect for a home office.




Set up your appointment today!



If you’re interested in the property, you can attend an open house on Sunday, September 25 from 1 p.m. through 3 p.m.


Listing agent David Feldman can be contacted at, or 215-235-7800.

4 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: Convenient East Passyunk Crossing location edition

  • September 23, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    Looks really nice. Seems you’re not going to get anything around Passyunk for much less, unless you want to DYI (which seems like the best option).

    • September 23, 2016 at 1:44 pm

      Makes me really appreciate when I bought. I’m on the east side of broad about the same distance from EPA. bought in 2011 when the market was bottomed out. Brand new renovation with all new everything and 2000 space of livable space for $232K. I can’t believe a home that is more than half the size is going for almost 70K more than what I paid

      • September 24, 2016 at 10:33 am

        Keep note that the list price doesn’t necessarily equate to the sale price. I’ve seen plenty of homes this year sit on the market for long periods of time because the listing agent has severely overpriced the house (maybe bullied by the overzealous seller?). Every few weeks the list price decreases until they end up selling it for less than they originally could have 6 months before because people are wondering what’s wrong for it to be sitting on the market for so long.

        Moral of the story: Don’t believe these over-priced houses are necessarily representative of the actual market. Look at the sale prices.

        • October 20, 2016 at 10:32 am

          And….less than 30 days later, under contract. So, we’ll soon see how “overpriced” it was. My guess, not so much.

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