“If we could decide up the household and go it to Fairmount, we would,” claims Loaded McKie.
But the 5-bed room, 3-bathtub Tudor at the city’s edge in Lansdowne is remarkably motionless.
And upcoming career moves for McKie’s wife, Stephanie Seiple, are creating it rational for the couple to move back again into Philadelphia.
Ironically, this is how they bought the property in the first spot: in mid-renovation in 2017 from a pair providing for job causes. “They experienced spared no expenditure,” suggests McKie, while he and Seiple experienced to place in their personal kitchen area.
McKie and Seiple are equally in the music field, and Seiple now usually takes Amtrak to New York and wants the shorter commute.
For the few — and their two canine — it’s a return to the town: They moved to Delaware County from the East Kensington/Fishtown area.
The Lansdowne property, which is on a substantial plot around the Media-Elwyn Regional Rail station and a road that empties into Spruce Avenue in Philadelphia, has a detached garage, fenced-in again lawn, hot tub, massive rear deck off the kitchen, and wraparound porch.
The 1st ground has a substantial open up-strategy dwelling home/eating room/kitchen with hardwood flooring an uncovered brick hearth current kitchen area cupboards, counters, and backsplash a wander-in pantry and new appliances.
The 2nd ground has 3 bedrooms and two baths, and the 3rd ground has an further two guest bedrooms and a 3rd complete bathtub.
All the bathrooms are current, and the home has central AC and pressured hot-air warmth. Overall square footage is just around 3,000.
The home is outlined by David Snyder of Keller Williams Philly for $459,900.