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Cute Trinity in Washington Square West asks $274K

It’s a cozy 537 square feet

A cozy room with pumpkin hardwood floors and windows on two sides.
This Trinity in Washington Square West is on the market for less than $300,000.
Photos by Roland Falkenstein

An incredibly cozy Trinity in Washington Square West has hit the market for less than $300,000.

That buys a 537-square-foot home, which comes out to $510 per square foot.

There’s a lot to like about the property, which, as is usually the case with Trinities, makes up in charm what it lacks in space. The pumpkin hardwood floors are original, and it’s a true Trinity in that each floor consists of one room with no doors.

The front doors opens directly into the modern kitchen, which makes use of every nook and cranny; note the tiny eating area in the corner with a fold-out table.

The second floor is currently set up as the bedroom. There happens to be enough space for a bathroom with a sliding door and a small, but noteworthy walk-in closet. Meanwhile, the third floor is used as the living area and has big windows on two sides.

The home is located at 410 S. Alder Street, tucked away on one of those quiet hidden streets smack dab in the middle of Washington Square West. Its asking price is $274,000.