Bainbridge Street Abode Boasts Classic Curb Appeal, Modern Interior

We love the throwback bay window and cornice line, but the interior is decked out with plenty of modern flair.

TREND Images via Elfant Wissahickon, Rittenhouse Square

TREND Images via Elfant Wissahickon, Rittenhouse Square

The area around 4th and Bainbridge Street in Queen Village is popping these days, as shops and restaurants dot the street and designs for the new green space, Bainbridge Green, are starting to come together.

We recently spotted a great home that’s not too far from all the action on 4th Street, and offers a cool blend of old school Queen Village flair and modern interior design.

While the bay window offers major curb appeal, inside the home features some show-stopping features as well, including the custom built industrial-style floating staircase the winds through each level. The kitchen offers a large island with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and even a wine refrigerator.

Don’t miss the master suite on the third floor, especially its spacious bathroom, which takes advantage of the bay window in order to nestle a stylish Duravit soaking into its sunlit space.

There’s a cool central atrium space at the top of the staircase that’s flanked by to two sizable roof decks. As you will see in the gallery below, the views of the skyline from the each outdoor area deck are quite spectacular, and the atrium would make for a killer office or library.

Beds: 3
Baths: 2.5
Square Feet: 2,430
Price: $775,000
Additional Info: Three years are left on the 10-year tax abatement.