If you cant live in Packer Park, the next best location is Smedley Terrace!!!!

2723 S Smedley is now for sale!!

Priced at $325,000 this is an incredible opportunity to own a spacious 3 bed/2 bath home on lovely Smedley Terrace; one of South Philly’s most scenic streets! This extra large & deep home has every amenity that a new home owner could want! Central air, hardwood floors, finished basement, tons of recessed lighting (60+ high hats), 9 ft ceilings and a large deck off of the spacious eat-in kitchen! Beautiful crown moldings, wood work and baseboards through-out. Kitchen with 42″ cabinets, stainless steel Jenn-Air range, stainless steel Frigidaire Pro-Series refridgerator. 5 piece bath with floor to ceiling tile wainscoating, soaking tub, walk-in shower and bidet. This home features extra large square footage (1900 sq ft), designer window treatments through-out, tons of closets and a wonderful terrace view! Central air is 3 years young!


For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Jim Onesti.
215-440-2052 or jonesti@mccannteam.com

Packer Park Home of The Year!

Thank you for the large number of responses and submissions for the Packer Park Home of The Year Award…but we still need more! Submit your home today for a chance to win!

Packer Park residents, this is your chance to show off your home AND win bragging rights among your neighbors AND an awesome prize! The 2012 annual Packer Park Home of the Year Contest will be selected by a panel of real estate experts and the wining home will be featured on packerparkliving.com!

Need more info? Contact me today!

Jim Onesti
Click here to see my resume!

List of Philadelphia Catholic School Closings and Mergers

As anticipated for some time now the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has closed several Catholic Schools throughout the city forcing parents to up-root from their niegborhoods and look for a more practical place for their families to live in order to be close to their childrens schools. Packer Park’s own Holy Spirit will merge with St. Richards, Mt. Carmel and Sacred Heart and will occupy the former Stella Maris school.

School closings and mergers are as follows:

Philadelphia (South)

Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament merges with St. Donato at the 65th Street site.

St. Laurentius merges with St. Peter the Apostle at the 5th Street site.

Annunciation merges with St. Nicholas of Tolentine at the Pierce Street site.

St. Gabriel merges with St. Thomas Aquinas at the Morris Street site.

St. Malachy merges with Visitation BVM at the Lehigh Avenue site.

Epiphany of our LordHoly SpiritSt. RichardOur Lady of Mt. Carmel and Sacred Heart merge at the former Stella Maris site.

Our Lady of Lourdes closed, students asked to select from Our Mother of Sorrows/St. Ignatius, St. Rose of Lima, Mary, Mother of Peace

West Catholic High closes outright.

Philadelphia (North)

Pope John Paul II Regional, Bridesburg, merges with St. Timothy at the Levick Street site.

St. George, Port Richmond, merges with Our Lady of Port Richmond at the Thompson Street site.

Holy Cross, Mt. Airy, merges with Our Mother of Consolation, Chestnut Hill, at the E. Chestnut Hill Ave. site.

St. Bridget, East Falls, merges with Holy Child, Manayunk, at the Hermitage Street site.

Incarnation of Our Lord, Olney, merges with St. Helena at the N. Fifth Street site.

Our Lady of Consolation, Tacony, merges with St. Matthew at the Cottman Avenue site.

Our Lady of Ransom merges with Resurrection of our Lord at the Shelmire Avenue site.

St. William merges with St. Cecilia at the Rhawn Street site.

St. Martin of Tours becomes a “mission school,” with no change to the current school configuration.

St. Hubert High closes outright.