Bowling alley turned livable space

16 Mar

We were so excited for the opportunity to stage this vacant property located in Philadelphia between the East Falls and Manayunk border.

I scoped out this property on the MLS after driving past it numerous times.  I was shocked when I pulled up the pictures, the inside is absolutely beautiful and renovated.  I had been picturing a “fixer-upper” and had dreamed of buying it myself and turning it into a BYOB restaurant/art gallery.  I dream big 🙂  But most importantly I noticed it was vacant and gave the seller’s a call.

They agreed to stage the main living area of the Victorian style home that is zoned for residential or commercial use, has parking, and is about as close as you can get to the access for 76.

The only problem was the open floor plan.  Without furniture it was showing like a bowling alley.  We brought in some furniture and added a little tlc and now I think this house is showing at its full potential.  All we need now is a buyer!   Give us your feedback, we’re always looking for ways to improve and share ideas!

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