Are Tiny Homes In? This Little Row Home Makes A Case
How much would you shell out for a teeny tiny home? Architizer’s Matt Shaw poses the question, albeit with regards to this modern micro-abode in north London. It got us thinking about what little historic houses line the streets of our city proper, which led to this Fitler Square gem.
First off, don’t be fooled by its size. The adorable home makes good use of its available space and might even beat owning a condo (at least, that’s what the listing boasts)! Case in point, the first level open floor plan: hardwood floors, crown molding, and French doors with access to a wood-fenced yard with patio are all on display. The updated kitchen features maple cabinetry, SubZero fridge, and granite counters and backsplash among other brand appointments.
Down in the finished basement are exposed beams, track lighting, and more wood floors. The Whirlpool washer and dryer, as well as storage space, are down here too. Up on the second level you’ll find the master bedroom with its original wide restored pine floors, recessed lighting, and walk-in California dressing room.
THE FINE PRINT
Baths: 1 full, 1 half
Square feet: 544
Listing: 2208 Manning Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19103 [Simple Choice Realty]