About this listing
Bright cheery Fishtown / Northern Liberties two bedroom charmer. Lots of parking and fenced in yard. Plenty of windows, large kitchen, and bonus sunroom. Easy walking distance to Frankford & Girard Ave shops, restaurants, casino and music venues. NO HOUSE PARTIES PLEASE!
This sweet unique Philly row home comes with a beautiful private yard and a lovely side garden. Spacious master bedroom with bonus room. Quiet spot within walking distance to great restaurants, and entertainment. House comfortably fits 4-5 people.
Queen bed in master bedroom. 2nd bedroom also has a Queen bed. Bonus room in attic has a twin trundle bed (2 twins).Convertible couch can sleep 2 additional people in a pinch. TV in master bedroom and living room. Spacious sunporch, great for morning breakfast and relaxing.
Fireplaces for looks only. Do not use.
Washer and dryer on first floor.
Bonus kids room in master bedroom.
Interaction with guests
We live in the next town over but work very close to house. We will not be present during stay.
Walking distance to great bars, music venues, restaurants. Frankford avenue shops one block from house. Some of our favorite close spots for food and music are..
Fette Sau – Brooklyn’s notable barbecue restaurant. Dry-rubbed, well-prepared meats from local farms that are smoked in-house; simple and elegant side dishes; and communal seating on wooden picnic tables. Fette Sau (German for “fat pig”) also boasts nine beers and a cider on tap, as well as a handful of North American bourbons and whiskeys to pair with the BBQ. 1208 Frankford Avenue, (phone number hidden), (website hidden).
Frankford Hall – Modern German beer garden. This indoor/outdoor Stephen Starr hotspot keeps 12 beers on tap, most of which patrons can order in half- and full-liter helpings. Authentic German foods like pretzels to bratwurst, open-air picnic-table seating, a center campfire and ping-pong tables make for a memorable evening on the town.
Johnny Brenda’s – Show-goers can take in great views (and a bit of a break) on the balcony at Johnny Brenda’s, a 250-person venue that plays host to touring indie music acts year-round. The two bars—downstairs in the restaurant/bar area and upstairs on the concert floor—pour all-draught, all-local beers. The menu changes daily depending on what ingredients the kitchen is able to obtain from local farmers. 1201 N. Frankford Avenue
Kung Fu Necktie – Inexpensive beer and one of the best-sounding small rooms in the city. Concert early birds can shoot some pool in the game room upstairs.
Local trolly and subway within walking distance.
Other things to note
Good website for Neighborhood activities.
See rental agreement.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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