This beautifully renovated twin on one of the neighborhood’s most popular blocks checks off everything on the must-have list. Curb appeal, original details including refinished hardwood floors throughout, providing character and a cool, almost rustic vibe, on-trend kitchen and baths—this house has enough to draw in even the pickiest buyer. The main level is completely open and features a wide living area, oversized front window with leaded glass transom, space for a dining room, and an L-shaped kitchen accented by a wall of windows. The kitchen features Shaker-style cabinetry, a stainless steel Whirlpool appliance package and arched glass hood, classic white subway tile backsplash, granite countertops and a long island with dual-basin stainless steel undermount sink and breakfast bar. There’s also the sweetest first-floor powder room with contemporary white vanity and built-in storage nook, and a bonus sun porch off the kitchen. The large yard with deck offers tons of options for landscaping and entertaining. Follow the turned staircase with pretty original banister to the second floor. The front bedroom, the largest of the four, features a lovely bay window and huge closet. The rear bedroom could also act as the master, with dual closets and nook in between perfect for a desk or vanity. This room connects to another bedroom with bay window, and the fourth bedroom, the smallest but by no means tiny, would make a great hobby room. The hall bath features marble tile floors, porcelain shower and tub surround with sea glass tile inlay, frameless glass shower door and stylish gray vanity. If storage is a concern, there’s a deep linen closet in the hall and plenty of room in the basement. Rehabbed both inside and out, top to bottom, all that’s left to do is pull up a chair on that classic West Philly porch and watch the movers bring in your stuff. This coveted block is close to both Cedar and Clark parks, the 34 trolley line, Dock Street Brewing Company, Mariposa Food Co-op and the rest of the Baltimore Ave strip.