2330-44 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Art Museum Area

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Museum Commons at 2330-44 Fairmount Avenue – Beautiful 3 story townhouse available at the “Museum Commons”. The 2330-44 Fairmount Avenue main level features the open living area with hardwood floors. The 2nd floor features the kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, gorgeous custom cabinets and a powder room. The 3rd floor has a spacious master bedroom suite with master bath & ample closets, 2 additional bedrooms and full hall bath. The basement level is finished and could be used as an office or den. Garage parking and tax abatement at 2330-44 Fairmount Avenue. Great Location! 2330-44 Fairmount Avenue is walking distance to the Parkway, Art Museum, Kelly Drive, many restaurants/cafes and Center City.

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