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House of the Week: Living History in "Everyone's Home Town"


We're back! After a long hiatus, during which I completed my first flip house in the Wissahickon neighborhood (recap post coming soon!) and made a baby, I'm back and dedicating myself back to this blog! 

I'm still very much in favor of delivering my own content, but with the demands of clients and a new kiddo, you'll also see some shared content and guest posts on here too. 

But on to the good stuff... 

To roll out the red carpet on The Little Realtor, I'm doing a month of nothing but home design, decor, & tips and tricks, either just for fun or to get your home ready for the Spring market. But, to start, I'm bringing back "House of the Week" with a charming, albeit more expensive, Victorian single in Media! 

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Media Boro, often called "Everyone's Home Town" is a quaint mecca of Victorian homes, 1920s bungalows and the ever-popular walkable lifestyle with a plethora of restaurants, shops and even a Trader Joes! Its rare to find a home there that combines all of that, the charm of a historical property AND modern amenities but 426 N Jackson St seems to combine it all!


426 N Jackson St, Media, PA 19063 - $650,000 

5 beds, 2 full baths, 2830 estimated square feet 

Additional perks: Front porch AND sunroom, large laundry room, stained glass windows,
built-in bookcases, and can be converted to a duplex if you are looking for rental income!


Open House Tues, April 2nd, 12-2 (for agent-represented buyers only) 




I do not represent this listing or seller. All information is received through Bright MLS and is deemed accurate at time of posting. 
Some information in this posting is only the opinion of the writer. 

Please call or email me at 215-350-0464 and meg.augustin@foxroach.com, respectfully, for more information

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