Dwelling in a substantial-increase in Jenkintown much more than a ten years ago, Jim Kuter beloved the sights of the metropolis.
“I thought it would be pleasant to dwell in the middle of that,” he recalls. “Center Town, Aged Metropolis, the Artwork Museum.”
And right after a yr of hunting, he settled on a 1900-classic warehouse in the Graduate Medical center spot that experienced been converted to townhouses in the 1980s.
“It was a minor little bit diverse,” states Kuter, an electrical engineering supervisor who types robotic semiconductor gear. “It has a third-ground deck with a look at of the skyline. It is 40 toes from my dining space to the skylight.”
But last April, he married Suzanne McKenna, a paralegal dwelling in Allentown, and they will be shifting to the Lehigh Valley.
“I like this region,” he claims, “but I enjoy her additional.”
The Graduate Medical center-region property has two bedrooms and three baths. It is 3 stories with a totally concluded basement and square footage of 1,623.
Guiding the historic brick facade is a residing space with hardwood floors, 14-foot ceilings, and a functional structure opening into the dining spot and kitchen area. The skylight extends to the rear of the house.
The downstairs level has a entire bathroom, laundry, and storage and could be utilized for dwelling or operate room.
The next floor has a significant bed room that could be converted to two rooms and a comprehensive bath.
The 3rd-ground key suite has cathedral ceilings, a wall of designed-in storage, an en suite bathroom, and a deck.
Throughout the road is a big neighborhood backyard taken care of by the neighbors.
The dwelling is outlined by Andy Oei and Lauri Mufson of BHHS Fox & Roach at the Harper, Rittenhouse Square, for $585,000.