5 E CHESTNUT HILL AVE
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

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Description

This classic "Renaissance Revival Italianate" stone residence was built in 1855 as a single-family mansion. It was later converted to multi-family with five unique apartments. It occupies a prominent and spacious corner lot containing stately trees gardens and a parking area. Historically and architecturally significant this property is located in the heart of Chestnut Hill near the village shops the hospital and both commuter train stations. The common entrance leads to the first floor consisting of a charming 1-bedroom unit with a wood deck and a studio unit. The second and third floors are each spacious 2-bedroom units with high ceilings. The ground level unit had been a doctor's office and has a private entrance and 2 bedrooms with an updated kitchen and bathroom. The apartments feature many large windows original architectural details 3 original fireplace mantels and mostly wood flooring. Recent improvements include a high efficiency gas boiler an updated fire alarm system and 400 amp electric service. This unique investment property would be ideal for an owner-occupant or for a proud investor of a landmark building. Sale subject to existing leases.

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