Nestled near the edge of Fairmount Park and the mighty Wissahickon, Roxborough is an urban experience with small town charm. This lovely Roxborough twin offers beauty, warmth and exquisite craftsmanship. The front porch is wide and inviting with twinkling lights, plants and a cozy swing, an ideal place to enjoy a warm summer evening chatting with neighbors. Once inside, you are greeted with an open, well-organized floor plan offering classic simplicity and design-sensitive renovations with plenty of bohemian rustic charm. The open living room features cherry hardwood floors, recessed lighting, rich crown molding, 10' soaring ceilings and an electric fireplace with stone surround, perfect for cool autumn nights. The dining room is spacious enough for a dinner party and offers a beautiful tray ceiling detail. The kitchen is the heart of every home, and this kitchen does not disappoint, boasting custom 42" walnut cabinets, a mosaic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and new ceramic tile flooring. Behind the kitchen is a convenient powder room and sun-soaked mudroom. French doors allow the outside in and lead to a freshly painted deck begging for barbeques and summer nights dining al fresco. The lot is a gardener's dream and the fenced yard offers privacy and plenty of room for the pup. On the second floor, find three sunny bedrooms with brand new hardwood flooring, the primary with double closets, a lovely bay window and an en-suite bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tile, a pedestal sink and a stall shower. The renovated hall bath boasts whimsical boho palm wallpaper, a fun rattan mirror, wainscoting and a tub. The basement is completely finished, adding plenty of additional living space as well as a laundry room. Roxborough offers its residents plenty of green amenities including Gorgas Park and the Upper Roxborough Reservoir Preserve. For the foodies, Roxborough provides the famous Dalessandro's Steaks, Santucci's, Unity Taqueria, Hilltown Tavern and the city's best ice cream parlor, C&C Creamery. Abutting Roxborough on the banks of the Schuylkill River and the canal and tow path is Manayunk, Native American for "where we go to drink". Manayunk boasts over 30 restaurants, cafes and bars and is famous for its al fresco dining scene overlooking the river. Located just 15 minutes from Center City Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Chestnut Hill, and The Main Line and a stone's throw from the regional rail, buses and major transit (Route 1 and I-76), 514 Martin Street has all of the elements to live simply and beautifully without compromising location.