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Brick home stands alone in Washington Square West, asks $559K

A rare detached home in a rowhome city

This stand-alone home in Washington Square West is on the market for $559,000.
Courtesy of Travis Rodgers, BHHS Fox & Roach, Rittenhouse

In Philly, a city of rowhomes, it’s not often one comes across a single-family, detached home, especially in Center City. But this Washington Square West home has managed to stand on its own, keeping to itself on one of the neighborhood’s hidden, winding streets.

The brick home—actually two Trinities blended into one—sits at the corner of Waverly and Iseminger streets. It clocks in at at a reasonable 1,275 square feet, managing to fit three bedrooms and 2.5 baths into its three stories.

Inside, the home is just as idyllic as the small enclave it’s located within. There are refinished hardwood floors from the living room to the modernized kitchen, which then leads to a lovely little back garden.

The upper two levels of the home are set up as an expanded Trinity: Two bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor, followed by the master suite on the third floor. What’s really nice about the third-floor bedroom is that there’s a ton of space: It has vaulted ceilings with a skylight, plus a walk-in closest and a surprisingly large full bathroom.

The asking price of this home is $559,000.