Welcome to lovely Watts Street, a small, lightly-trafficked, no outlet street, perfect for the individual seeking the excitement of an urban lifestyle while offering the respite of secure, private living. Tucked away but just steps from the Square's bustling activity, hides 1827. This handsome two bedroom home exudes a modern aesthetic while honoring the charm and original details that make it so special. Enter into a sunny living room/dining room boasting, solid oak hardwood flooring, double-paned insulated windows, and recessed lighting throughout. A curved ceiling detail, centered front entry, and decorative black iron balusters accenting the staircase add unique architectural interest to the space. The kitchen is the heart of every home, and this kitchen does not disappoint with cherry cabinetry, honed granite countertops, a decorative ceramic tile backsplash, and tile flooring. This home was designed for entertaining and a custom bar with built-in shelving and pendant lighting is a dream for the wine collector and offers plenty of room to house everything needed to make sure you are the destination for gatherings. A door from the kitchen invites the outside in and leads to a private, fenced yard, perfect for morning coffee and dinner al fresco. Upstairs you'll find two sun-drenched bedrooms with oak flooring, recessed lighting and plenty of closets, and a ceramic tile hall bath complete with a soaking tub. An unfinished basement with laundry area adds additional living and storage space and can easily accommodate a home gym. The location truly can't be beat. Marrying the very best of old and new, you'll love the neighborhood's strong Old World roots coupled with a vibrant and energetic feel not replicated anywhere else in the city. Recently named one of Food & Wine Magazine's 10 Best Foodie Streets in America, you'll enjoy Passyunk's cutting-edge restaurants such as Flannel, Barcelona, Le Virtu and Pistolas Del Sur, bars such as the Cantina, Triangle Tavern and Stogie Joe's, and for some sweet treats, Artisan Boulanger Patissier and Varallo Brothers Bakery. Strolling the Avenue, you'll also find eclectic boutiques, delicious coffee shops, vintage clothing stores, an urban garden store, yoga studios and the South Philly Food Co-Op. Located within the Fanny Jackson Coppin School catchment, school is walkable and the Broad Street subway is just a block away, making life without a car a viable option. A distinctive home loaded with charm and character in one of the city's most coveted neighborhoods: welcome home.