Amy Cox, Real Estate Agent

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After 10 years in academia as an expert in conflict resolution and international politics, I have shifted my focus to real estate. My skills and training as a negotiator, mediator and conflict resolution practitioner are especially useful to my clients -- buyers and sellers -- because everyone needs a dedicated advocate. My goals as your real estate agent are simple: be your champion by putting your needs first, be your strategic negotiator ensuring you get a fair deal, and be your guide through one of the most important and exciting decisions of your life.


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Mt Airy (East)
Lot size:
0.1 Acres
Year built:
Courtesy: BHHS Fox & Roach-Chestnut Hill
Last Updated: 5/19/2019 2:25 PM

Old world elegance abounds in this light filled, end of row home in sought after Mt. Airy. Enter the wrap around sun room which opens beautifully into the living room, and through which you may access your fully fenced yard. Stunning detail in the porch windows. Adding even more character is the original wainscot and dental moldings throughout the living room, dining room and stairway. High ceilings create a feeling of airiness in this home, and hardwood flooring throughout, with original mahogany detail, is yet another added feature. Some may choose to renovate the kitchen and can get a head start with two free hours of consultation with a highly regarded Chestnut Hill Interior Decorator (available to the buyer upon settlement). Upstairs are three large, light filled bedrooms with plenty of closet space. Additionally, there are two large hall linen closets (one walk-in). All original wood detail and doors, many with built-in mirrors are present upstairs as well as down. The upstairs bathroom is very large with a new tub/shower combo and original built-in storage. The walk out basement is partially finished and was plumbed for a bathroom. One car garage, driveway, and plenty of street parking. Newer boiler and hot water heater. Walk 6 minutes to East Chestnut Hill Septa station, bus lines and all that Germantown Avenue has to offer. This home has been in the same family since the 1950s and is ready for your finishing touches. Smaller homes have sold in the immediate area for $270,000 and higher. Don~t miss this opportunity to call this unique property your home.