This stylishly renovated home just off Baltimore Ave is the definition of efficiency. Not an inch of space is wasted: no tiny third bedroom squeezed in just for show, no awkward sitting area that only looks good in photos, no stuffy closed-off rooms—just right-sized bedrooms, an open floorplan, and sweet West Philly charm. The main level features hardwood floors that continue throughout the house, recessed lighting, a cozy living room and separate dining area with windows along the breezeway. In the rear is the open kitchen with white Shaker-style cabinets, crisp white subway tile backsplash with contrasting gray grout, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and an extra bank of granite-topped cabinets great for a breakfast bar or coffee station. Out back is a deck area with plenty of space for a grill and bike storage, or perhaps even a vertical planter—don’t fret, that patio set will look lovely on the front porch. Upstairs, the two bedrooms rival each other in size, and since both have dual closets either could function as the master. They share a pretty hall bath with marble tile wall and shower surround plus a pretty penny tile accent and bench behind the frameless glass shower doors. Take a step toward tiny home living without having to get rid of all your stuff (there’s plenty of storage space in the basement), or stretch out in your first home after sharing a house with seven roommates. Everything along the Baltimore Ave strip is within a few blocks, so places like Mariposa Food Co-op, Dock Street Brewery, Cedar Park Cafe, VIX Emporium, Gold Standard Cafe and Booker’s Restaurant & Bar—not to mention the 34 trolley line—are all super-convenient.