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If you hate walls of exposed brick, soaring ceilings, and tons of glorious square footage, there’s no chance you’ll like this lofty home for sale in North Philadelphia. Originally constructed as a warehouse, the 10,000-square-foot building has been divided up into three separate units, all for sale together. Whether you’re looking for a live-work space to accommodate your growing business and your own living quarters or are looking to invest in some real estate, this townhouse could be the answer.
The warehouse vibes are definitively intact, thanks to the beamed and vaulted ceilings, ample red brick, and repurposed laboratory cabinets in the kitchen. Reclaimed antique oak floors run throughout the home, warming it up and leaning into its recycled, beautifully worn feel.
For more reasons to picture yourself in this warehouse conversion, just look around. There’s lofted office space, skylit nooks, and rows upon rows of shoe storage to round out this spacious pad.
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