For Sale

3203 Pearl St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

3203 Pearl St

This home is conveniently located near Drexel University and Penn campuses. It was recently an investment property, rented to students and bringing an income of $2500/month. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a patio for grilling and entertaining outdoors, and it has a full unfinished basement for storage. Don't miss this investment opportunity. 3205 Pearl St is also for sale!



1,980 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

1,037 Sq.Ft. lot

Denise Edelblut

Denise Edelblut



  • total bedrooms3
  • Total bathrooms2
  • full bathrooms2
  • Laundry room In Basement
  • Flooring Wood
  • other interior Features Wood

Area & Lot

  • Status For Sale
  • Living Area1,980 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area1,037 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® IDPAPH2349050
  • TypeTownhouse
  • YEAR BUILT1925
  • NeighborhoodPhiladelphia Dog Parks
  • Architecture StylesTraditional, Straight Thru
  • School DistrictPHILADELPHIA CITY


  • water SourcePublic
  • parkingOn Street
  • HEAT TYPEForced Air, Natural Gas
  • AIR CONDITIONINGWindow Unit(s), Ceiling Fan(s)
  • sewerPublic Sewer


  • Sales Price$350,000
  • Real Estate Tax $4,232/yr

Philadelphia Dog Parks

Philadelphia's dog parks are a testament to the city's love for its canine residents, offering a myriad of spaces where dogs can play, socialize, and revel in the outdoors. These parks are thoughtfully designed with the safety and enjoyment of pets in mind, often featuring fenced areas where dogs can roam off-leash, lush green spaces for them to explore, and amenities such as water fountains, shade structures, and benches for their human companions. From the bustling Schuylkill River Park Dog Run, known for its scenic views and friendly atmosphere, to the spacious Pretzel Park Dog Run in Manayunk with its dedicated community of dog lovers, each park boasts its unique charm and character. The Seger Dog Park in Center City is a popular urban oasis, while the expansive terrain of Fairmount Park offers trails and open spaces ideal for more adventurous pups. These dog parks not only provide essential recreation areas for pets but also foster a sense of community among Philadelphia's dog owners, making them vibrant social hubs where stories and tips are shared, and friendships, both human and canine, are formed.



We love what we do, and the greatest reward is feedback from clients expressing their gratitude about their experience while we were either selling their home, helping them purchase a new property or both. We want only success for our clients.

Follow Us On Instagram