If you want to be close to East Passyunk without the steep price tag and late-night noise, look no further than this sweet South Philly home. Featuring must-haves like hardwood floors throughout, recessed lighting and central air alongside unique features and custom touches, this one proves that a renovated house can still have personality. A vintage-cool front door with transom window opens into the wide-open living/dining room with recessed lighting and the coolest built-in music station with record storage-non-audiophiles can easily make this a swanky bar setup. There's a half bath on this floor with full-wall ceramic tile and custom-built vanity. The spacious kitchen has two large windows, plenty of handsome maple cabinetry, crisp white appliances and granite tile flooring, countertops and backsplash. There's enough room for additional prep space, bar cart or potentially a two-top bistro set. Up on the second floor, the large front master bedroom overlooks quiet Dorrance St and has a double-wide closet. The other two bedrooms are smaller but totally useable, both boasting good natural light and closet space--which certainly can't be said about every South Philly house. The partially finished basement is another great useable space, currently set up as a workshop alongside laundry and storage. The rear yard is a nice size and has built-in seating and access to a breezeway for bike or trash storage. In addition to being close to East Passyunk, this side of Broad St has its own appeal with neighborhood favorites like Nick's Roast Beef, Taproom on 19th and newcomers Brewery ARS and Second District.