Trinity Tuesday: Single-Bedroom Tucked Away in Queen Village

The three-story charmer was built circa 1920.

TREND image via BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City Walnut

TREND image via BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City Walnut

You know how some trinities have one of their upper level rooms converted into an office or den (or sometimes even a second bedroom)? Well, that’s not the case here. This is a true blue single-bedroom trinity, the sleeping quarters in this instance being on the second floor, and an upgraded tile bathroom with a skylight occupying the entire third level.

The rest of the home, which according to Zillow was constructed circa 1920*, has exposed brick, original random width hardwood floors–the living room hardwoods being made of pine–and three fireplaces, one of which is located in the bedroom. A charming little yard for barbecuing on warmer days is also present, and is accessed via the modern kitchen, which like the shutters, front door, and parts of the living room, has blue as part of its main color scheme. (Details here include wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a stainless steel backsplash.)

Neighborhood-wise, we think it’s a keeper. It’s about a block from Weccacoe Playground, as well as within walking distance to the Italian Market, the farmer’s market at Head House Square, and other shops and restaurants. Check out its specs and photos below.

*We have a call into the Kathleen Conway, the listing agent, to confirm when the house was built. As noted on Facebook, MLS often uses 1920 as the default date when the true date is not known.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Square feet: 528
Price: $257,000



TREND photos via BHHS-Center City Walnut.

Listing: 438 Fulton St, Phila, PA, 19147 [BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City Walnut]