What’s for Sale In: East Passyunk Crossing

Are you looking for a home in South Philly? Check out East Passyunk Crossing, a neighborhood on the east side of Broad Street, between Tasker Street and Snyder Avenue. Take a look at what you can get for various budgets in the neighborhood.

As Philly’s population continues to increase, many neighborhoods are becoming more and more popular for homeowners. One such neighborhood is East Passyunk Crossing, which stretches east from Broad Street to Sixth Street and south from Tasker Street to Snyder Avenue and which has earned recognition for its restaurant scene. Although in 2015, the median price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Philadelphia was $252,102, according to Coldwell Banker’s Home Listing Report, there’s a lot of variation throughout the city based on neighborhood. If you’re looking to buy in East Passyunk Crossing, here’s what’s for sale and what you can get at a variety of price points.

Less Than $200,000

Exterior of home at 516 McClellan st

The property at 516 McClellan Street is listed by Dogukan Gungor, Coldwell Banker Preferred.

These days, it’s a bit of a challenge to find a home in East Passyunk Crossing for less than $200,000. Many properties in the $100,000 to $200,000 range are just outside the boundaries of the neighborhood. Take this 992-square-foot, two-bedroom, one bath rowhome on McClellan Street, listed for $150,000. It’s located less than a block to the east of the neighborhood’s boundaries. Although the exterior of the home could use some TLC, it has a number of desirable features inside, including a skylight, large bathroom, and an eat-in kitchen.

Between $200,000 and $300,000

Exterior of 932 sigel

The property at 932 Sigel Street is listed by Margaret DelColle, Coldwell Banker Preferred.

When you’re looking at what’s for sale in East Passyunk Crossing, you’re likely to find that many homes fall into the $200,000 to $300,000 price range. Often, the price of a home in the area depends more on its condition and location than the number of bedrooms. For example, a 1,260-square-foot rowhome at 13th Street and Snyder Avenue has four bedrooms and two baths and is listed for $264,900. Although it’s large, it has some features people might find dated, such as vinyl flooring in the kitchen and wood paneling on the walls. It’s also located right along the neighborhood’s southern edge.

In contrast, a smaller, 748-square-foot rowhome, on Sigel Street, is listed for $237,000. The house has two bedrooms and one bath, and a more updated appearance.

More Than $300,000

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The property at 1113 Moore Street is listed by Thomas Spychalski, Coldwell Banker Preferred.

You’ll find fewer homes in East Passyunk Crossing above the $300,000 mark, but they do exist. This 1,406-square-foot rowhome with three bedrooms and one bath is located less than a block from the restaurant scene on Passyunk Avenue, making it a good pick for people looking to enjoy the nightlife of the neighborhood. Its prime location and larger size mean a higher listing price of $324,900.

Whatever your budget, East Passyunk Crossing has a range of rowhomes available for sale. It’s up to you to decide whether you want more square footage or a home that’s located in the heart of the neighborhood.

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