A real charmer in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. Three bedroom, one bath, two-story, 1930's end-of-row is a cut way-above the average. In real estate, we often talk about a house with "good bones." Well, this one has long legs and high cheek bones, too. Its elegance comes from its high ceilings, original honey pine floors, and charming covered front porch. Its liveability comes from its large kitchen, sunny rooms, bonus shed, and shared brick alley. This manageable house, just minutes walk to commuter rail lines and an easy drive to CC, could easily grace the cover of Country Cottage Magazine. Freshly painted, with a renovated kitchen, the current owner has maintained the architectural character with its elegant wood columns, built in bookcases, and well-turned staircase. First floor houses well-proportioned livingroom, separate dining room, big kitchen, storage shed and front porch. The backyard has a patio and plenty of garden space for planting and playing.