This lovely East Mt. Airy rowhome has a porch and swing in the front, a brick patio in the back, and a house full of original details in between–and it’s on a street that in the popular parlance could only be described as #bucolicAF. The first floor opens to a living room, complete with the original mantle and electric fireplace, that leads through to the dining room with a coat closet and built-in shelves. Keep going to the huge eat-in kitchen with lots of windows and loads of retro charm. Follow the original hardwoods around and up the stairs to the giant master bedroom at the front of the house with bay windows and two double closets. The middle room has more built-in shelves, and the back bedroom comes with another double closet and windows on two walls. The bathroom features original square tiles in a classic subway pattern. Don’t miss the thoroughly dry basement that you can actually stand up in. This house has been preserved and updated. All of this is on a street that is just out of the way enough to limit traffic, but is in eye-shot of the Sedgwick Regional Rail Station and two blocks from really good coffee and beer on Germantown Ave.