Upper Darby SeniorHigh School
Sitting at the corner of Cedar Lane and Childs Ave in DREXEL HILL, you’ll find this gorgeous colonial style 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 2400+ square foot single-family home. Built in 1930, this fantastic home comes with solid bones and modern renovations. Custom built-in shelving, a sunroom, gorgeous window and door frames, crown molding, and fireplaces create so much character for this home. What more could you ask for? A glass vestibule greets you from the street, the perfect space for chucking off muddy shoes or keeping you dry from the rain when looking for your keys. Heading through the foyer, you’ll enter the massive eat-in kitchen and dining room through the french doors on the right. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a white subway tile backsplash, brass cabinet pulls, a bar with seating, tons of windows, cabinet storage, and countertop space. Host your heart away in the spacious dining room with bay windows right off the kitchen. Cozy up in the living room with the fireplace and a book pulled from the built-in shelving. Access the sunroom with a freshly painted white stone wall just beyond the living room for some yoga, coffee, reading, or playtime. You’ll find the primary bedroom and ensuite bath, a second and third bedroom, and an additional full bath on the second floor. Each bedroom has a ceiling fan, hardwood floors, closets, and abundant natural light. The full bath in the hall features a standing shower and a window for fresh air. Set the mood in your primary suite with the electric fireplace, and start your mornings in the ensuite bath with a standing shower/tub combo, white subway tiling, and another window for fresh air. Need more room? The third floor provides 2 more carpeted bedrooms and a full bath with a claw foot tub. A fully finished 700-square-foot basement offers much space for storage, playtime, entertainment, or a home office/gym. Find laundry in the basement as well as access outside. Drexel Hill is a beautiful, safe suburban town with quiet, well-lit streets, good public transportation, and walkability. It is perfect for city commuters, less than 10 miles from Center City and about 35 minutes of driving or regional rail. There’s no shortage of food options, including international and traditional American fare and sweet treats, perfect for satisfying any craving. Local family-friendly attractions are all the rage, including a bowling alley, playgrounds, a comic bookstore, and a performing arts center. Historians looking for a unique destination head to the Swedish Log Cabin recognized to be the oldest log cabin structure in the country. Schedule your private showing for this gorgeous home today!