Welcome to Sumac Court consisting of six new construction homes located in the coveted neighborhood of Wissahickon. This interior model offers 9' ceilings throughout. The main entry is comprised of an open floor plan living, kitchen and dining room. This bright and airy space offers sliding glass doors that lead to outdoor space overlooking the courtyard/community entrances. The kitchen's Samsung stainless steel appliances package are accompanied by white shaker cabinets, tile backsplash and a Roma Calcutta Quartz (white w/ grey vein) island with seating for three. The second floor of the home consists of two bedrooms, both with ample closet space. A shared full bathroom and laundry center round out this floor. The master suite boasts double his and hers walk-in closets, bathroom with dual vanities, private shower with frameless glass doors and a stand-alone tub with hydrant faucet. Outside of the master bedroom there is a mini-bar with a bar sink, counter space and a beverage center. Continuing up to the pilot house and rooftop deck of this interior unit, youâll enjoy stunning views of Philadelphia's Center City skyline and Schuylkill River. There is an option to add a green roof to surround your roofdeck which adds beauty and cools the rooftop area. The 10' finished lower level provides additional flexible space for a 4th bedroom, living room, play room, home office or gym with attached 1-car garage offering storage and optional EV charger. There are additional deeded parking spaces available for one vehicle directly behind the home. This tranquil Philadelphia neighborhood is just a short walk to the Wissahickon Train station, park trails, easy accessibility to Manayunk's Main Street, Center City, major highways and the suburbs. 10 year property tax abatement. Bonus features: additional parking spots available for purchase in the secure, private courtyard (limited availability), arbor and green roof options available for the roof deck and customization available for other homes. Please note that the City of Philadelphia has conducted a real estate tax reassessment, effective January 1, 2023. If you have any questions or concerns about the impact of this process on the future real estate taxes for this property, you should contact the City of Philadelphia.