Available for rent beginning July 16th, 2018 is a 3bd/2ba 1500 sq. ft. condo/apartment in Graduate Hospital around the intersection of 20th and Kimball streets. The condo is 4 years young and features a full size kitchen with stainless steel appliances including stove, refrigerator, microwave, garbage disposal, and dishwasher. There is also a full-size high end front-loading washer/dryer and central heating and air-conditioning with programmable electronic thermostat. The unit has a ton of high quality windows, lots of light, and generous deck for grilling/relaxing. The three bedrooms are of almost equal size and with ample closet space. It is an ideal scenario for room mates. The condo is separated into two floors, with a nice bathroom on each floor. The first floor includes the living room and kitchen, one bathroom with a beautiful fully-tiled walk-in shower and 1 large bedroom. The bathroom is accessible via the hallway and doesn't require entrance into the bedroom. The second floor includes the 2 additional bedrooms and one bathroom accessible through the hallway. The bathroom includes a new whirlpool tub/shower combo. This floor includes the large laundry room and huge walk-in storage closet. The house is a half-block from the #17 SEPTA Bus which goes down 20th to Market and then to Penn's Landing. Very convenient bus location. Only asking 1 month security deposit and last month's rent. First month's rent can be provided at move-in, if desired. Summary:
2ba (1 walk-in tiled shower, 1 beautiful whirlpool jacuzzi/tub)
1500 sq. ft.
stainless steel appliances (fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave)
full-size front loading washer/dryer
central air heat/ac w/ programmable thermostat
active alarm system w/ audible notification
bright exterior lighting w/ timer
wired for comcast, FIOS is available as well -rent includes water bill only - all other utilities separate
Amenities & Expenses
No Pets Allowed
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest
Time and Distance from 1015 S 20th St Philadelphia, PA 19146
Point Breeze lies in South Philadelphia, with the Delaware River to the east and the Schuylkill River to the west. It is a great neighborhood for public transportation and nightlife, and is a cost effective option in the Philadelphia area. Although it was once a mostly empty, inactive neighborhood, Point Breeze has seen revitalization in the 2000s with the opening of trendy bars and residential property upgrades. Called "The Breeze" by Philly locals, this neighborhood is on the upswing and provides interesting food and nightlife, a diverse crowd, and affordable living.