The tiny homes movement may not have hit Philly, but that's because this city is home to the original tiny abode: The Trinity. These three-story structures are named after Catholicism's Father, Son, and Holy Ghost Trinity and were built as affordable housing for people working in the city's port beginning in the 1680s. They're typically 400 to 600 square feet in size and feature one entry door and that classic wooden and winding staircase.
Today, many Trinities in Philly remain, although some of them have been expanded or renovated. Here are 10 Trinities, listed from smallest to largest, now currently on the market, from an adorable 621-square-foot Washington Square West abode with a small price tag to a historic and expanded Trinity located on the iconic Elfreth's Alley.Read More