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Fishtown home with salvaged Divine Lorraine doors asks $339K

There are lovely details throughout

A living room with hardwood floors.
This restored Fishtown home is on the market for $339,900.
Courtesy of Holly Mack-Ward & Co.

A newly listed Fishtown home has hit the market for a reasonable price tag and one notable architectural detail: It boasts two original doors from the Divine Lorraine Hotel.

The sellers tell Curbed Philly that the doors were installed at the entrance to the basement in the living room and in the third-floor guest room. “They’re both lovely six-panel doors with salvaged knobs. One still has original lock hardware.”

You can see the basement door peeking out on the left-hand side of this photo:

The whole 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath home is filled with other salvaged materials, including Victorian trim from a convent, as well as a custom iron railing made by a local artist. A lot of the original details remain, too, including an armoire in one of the extra bedrooms.

The asking price of the home, just on the edge of Frankford Avenue, is $339,900.