Chances are you’ve stumbled upon one of Philly’s car-free streets and have been wooed by the charming Trinities that line them. And while the idea of a Trinity may scare you (those stairs, though!), here’s one that’s been well-preserved and provides a surprising amount of storage to boot.
First, the preserved details: Built in the early 19th century, the historic rowhome features exposed beams in the main living area and kitchen and original plank hardwood floors. Every room besides the bathroom features a working fireplace, too.
Upstairs, the two bedrooms look surprisingly spacious. In the second bedroom, for example, an entire wall is dedicated to closet space. And out back, there’s a covered back patio with a ceiling fan.
The location of 318 S. Iseminger Street is ideal, too, for folks looking for some peace and quiet in a popular neighborhood. Though it’s located on a pedestrian-only street—keep that in mind if you've been looking for an excuse to ditch your car—it’s basically in the heart of Washington Square West and a quick walk to Louis Kahn Park.