Trinity Tuesday: Spacious Society Hill Home with a Trap Door
Standing on one of those charming cobblestoned side streets on the edge of Society Hill is this residential heirloom: a trinity house built in 1865.
The classic home, which sits directly across from a small park that seems hidden-in-plain-sight and is within short walking distance to the tasty treats on South Street, includes a newer central air system (added in 2011), living room fireplace, and a charming back yard. One neat feature? A trap door in the kitchen. (Sorry, no secret rooms here. It actually leads to the basement, where the washer, dryer, and storage areas are.)
At nearly 1,100 square-feet, you’ll have plenty of room to maneuver in this not-so-typical trinity.
THE FINE PRINT
Square feet: 1,071
All TREND photos via Realtor.com.
Listing: 417 S Perth St, Philadelphia, PA, 19147 [Coldwell Banker Preferred]