Welcome to lovely Sears Street, a small, lightly-trafficked block, 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 Passyunk Square and the Italian Market's bustling activity, hides 629. A modern brick front with black trimmed windows and overflowing flower boxes are a fitting and welcoming invitation. Once inside, the home dazzles with open, sun-drenched spaces and offers design-sensitive renovations and classic vintage-inspired restorations. This handsome two bedroom home exudes a modern aesthetic while honoring the charm and original details that make it so special. The sunny living room/dining room boasts a white oak engineered flooring, recessed lighting and black and white painted hardwood steps with a wrought iron banister. The kitchen is the heart of every home, and this kitchen does not disappoint with white shaker cabinetry with matte black hardware, quartz countertops, a classic subway tile backsplash with black grout, and stainless steel appliances. A door from the kitchen invites the outside in and leads to a private fenced yard with a decorative hanging plant wall, perfect for morning coffee and dinner al fresco. A convenient powder room with decorative Moroccan-inspired tile rounds out the floor. Upstairs, find two sun-soaked bedrooms, the primary with a large walk-in closet, and a spa-like hall bath complete with a marble top vanity and a soaking tub with a subway tile surround. An unfinished basement with laundry area adds additional living and storage space and can easily accommodate a home gym or creative work space. The location truly can't be beat. Situated in Passyunk Square, around the corner from beautiful Gold Star Park, and just steps to the famous Italian Market, the oldest and largest working outdoor market in the country. Stroll the market and find cafes, cheese shops, bakeries, butcher shops and some of South Philadelphia's best restaurants. Passyunk Avenue's cutting-edge restaurants such as Flannel, Barcelona, Le Virtu and Stateside are neighborhood staples as well as the eclectic boutiques, delicious coffee shops, vintage clothing stores, an urban garden store, yoga studios and the South Philly Food Co-Op. A distinctive home loaded with charm and character sandwiched between two of the city's most coveted neighborhoods: welcome home.