Location, location, location! It really doesn’t get better than this: East Passyunk Crossing. Marrying the very best of old and new, you'll love the neighborhood's strong Old World roots coupled with a vibrant and contemporary 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 Stateside, bars such as the POPE, Triangle Tavern and Stogie Joe's, and for some sweet treats, Artisan Boulanger Patissier, Termini 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. Nestled on a quiet, friendly street just blocks from the Square's Singing Fountain, hides 1939 S Warnock Street. Let's begin at the curb: beautifully pointed brick and freshly painted brownstone are topped with a preserved, delicate cornice. Once inside, you'll love the light-filled, open living room/dining room boasting wide plank beach hardwood floors and recessed lighting and decorated with contemporary colors and hues. The kitchen is the heart of every home and this kitchen does not disappoint. Find white shaker cabinets, black granite countertops, a classic glass subway tile backsplash, GE stainless steel appliances and a spacious pantry for food storage. The yard with its 6' horizontal privacy fence is large enough for a grill and a bistro set to enjoy a glass of wine on a warm summer evening. The basement is fully finished with porcelain tile flooring and recessed lighting and houses a full bathroom with tub and a separate laundry room, perfect for guests to enjoy their own private quarters or for a cozy den. Upstairs you'll find two sunny bedrooms, each with ample closets, and a beautiful, modern tile bath with a spa-like shower boasting jets and a rainshower fixture. The home features central air and a professionally waterproofed basement with French drain and 2 sump pumps. Access to the SEPTA's Broad Street subway line provides a quick commute to both the sports stadiums and Center City. If you are looking for a distinctive home renovated with quality craftsmanship in one of Philly's most coveted neighborhoods, welcome home.