A delightful Trinity-style rowhome sitting pretty in Pennsport has come to the market, asking $315,000.
The two-bedroom, one-bedroom home has the tell-tale signs of a Trinity, including original pine floors and the traditional wooden, spiral staircase winding up all three floors.
But the home is definitely bigger than your average Trinity. The first floor, typically reserved for just the living room, features a separate dining room and a renovated kitchen with a farmhouse-style sink and lots of cabinetry. There’s even a lovely little built-in breakfast bar here.
The upper levels of the home are more in line with a traditional Trinity, with just one room and the full bathroom with a clawfoot tub on the second floor and the master bedroom on the third.
Perhaps the biggest perk to the home is that there’s a lot of outdoor space. Off the kitchen is a 35-foot-long back patio whose falls are strewn in ivy.
- 1125 E. Moyamensing Avenue [Tom DelColle, Coldwell Banker Preferred-Center City]