Home Details for 1625 W Diamond St
4 bed, 2.0 bath, $1,950
AMAZING TEMPLE STUDENT HOUSING now available at desirable 1625 W Diamond Stree
t - Historic District of Philadelphia amongst stately Victorian Townhouses. Unit # 3 is located on the 2nd floor of the building featuring 4 Bedrooms and 2 full 3-piece Bathrooms, recently completely renovated with gleaming hardwood flooring and fresh neutral paint throughout, updated kitchen with 42 inch cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The laundry facility with stackable washer/dryer is adjacent to the living and dining area conveniently located off the kitchen. Landlord prefers ...a group of 4, but will consider individual students as occupants. Rental prices per room will vary depending on size. Water & trash is included in the rental price. Apartment is 2 blocks from Temple University's Main Campus with 85% students on the block, in well lit area covered by Temple Loop transportation service. Make your appointment today to schedule a private tour to secure your lease before the start of fall semester 2016!
Listing Info for 1625 W Diamond St
Information last updated on 07/25/2016 12:00 AM
- Price: $1,950
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 full Bathrooms
- Garbage Disposal
- Status: For Rent
- Queen Anne Victorian Architecture
- Exterior: Brick
- Heating Fuel: gas
- Built in 1915
- Neighborhood: North Philadelphia West
- MLS/Source ID: 6821624
- Zip: 19121
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