The word "townhouse" evokes sophisticated living space - no matter where that space is.

Posted: April 15, 2007

Philadelphia

223 S. 24th St.

Taxes: $7,140

Fitler Square is the locale of this three-story brick townhouse, which has three bedrooms and 21/2 baths. The gourmet eat-in kitchen offers a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a five-burner range, wine racks, and a large island. The bedrooms have California Closet systems and new carpeting. Features of the living room include a fireplace and doors opening to the patio and garden. Hardwood floors are throughout the public spaces. There is a one-car attached garage; a new roof could be made into a roof deck with a view of the city.

Broker: Susan Prinsen, Coldwell Banker Realty Corp.; 215-735-0700, Ext. 114.


Located in the Village of Briarcrest development, this new townhouse has three bedrooms, 21/2 baths, and a two-car garage. Both the living room and dining room have 18-foot ceilings and skylights; the eat-in kitchen has a pantry. In the master bedroom are a window seat and two closets (one walk-in); the large master bath features a soaking tub, a shower, and two sinks. The living room offers access to the patio.

Broker: The Village of Briarcrest, Penn Wynne Homes; 610-286-1702.


In Heacock Meadows, this corner townhouse has two bedrooms, 21/2 baths, a one-car garage, and a first-floor room that could be used as an office or a den. Each bedroom has a private bath; one has a walk-in closet. The kitchen appliances are all new. The open floor plan offers a combination living room/dining room on the first floor. Fees include use of the clubhouse and the development's swimming pool. The unit is 22 years old. It is freshly painted, and has a new furnace and new flooring.

Broker: Patty Miskel, Long & Foster; 215-932-3340.

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