Graduate Hospital Home (That Was Not in The Sixth Sense) Sold Within Two Weeks

It was first listed November 21.

2032 Saint Albans St, Philadelphia, PA, 19146

2032 Saint Albans St, Philadelphia, PA, 19146

Almost had me there, Myopic Eyesight. Contrary to my intial reading, this recently purchased house on Saint Albans is not the one used as Cole Sears’ home in the Sixth Sense. That honor goes to 2302 Saint Albans, according to Movie Tourist. (If you do want to see inside one of the Philadelphia residences used in the film, this Fitler Square mansion we wrote about over the summer was used in a party scene.) But, moving on…

The property at 2032, last listed at $375,000, offers a home with cherry hardwood floors, exposed brick, finished basement and two fireplaces (living room and master bedroom). The kitchen has a 5-burner stove, stone backsplash, slate floors and granite counterops. There’s also a fenced patio, which could easily be converted into a parking space. Gallery below.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 2
Baths: 1 full, 1 half
Square feet: 1,080
Price: $375,000



Listing: 2032 Saint Albans St, Philadelphia, PA, 19146 [Elfant Wissahickon- Rittenhouse Square]