Trinity Tuesday: Four-Floor Home in Prettiest Warren of Center City Streets

Though tourists generally hit Elfreth’s Alley to get a look at what residential life was like in Philadelphia in ye olden days, those in the know navigate the lovely interlocking streets behind a more contemporary Philly landmark: Dirty Frank’s. From Quince Street to Camac, from Iseminger to Fawn, from Cypress to Panama, the narrow cobblestone alleys are home to residences like this one, a two-bedroom, 1,000-square-foot trinity-style house with pine floors and a little garden on a small lot.

Along with original details that suggest the house’s historical origins, a new furnace was installed in 2003, there’s a full-sized washer and dryer, a new roof was installed in March of this year (and has a 10-year warranty), and the house’s front was recently repointed.

Asking price: $325,000

319 S Iseminger St., Philadelphia, PA 19107 [Coldwell Banker Preferred–Avenue of the Arts]