Trinity Tuesday: We Would Totally Marry This Queen Village Home
We would totally marry this house on a tree-lined block in Queen Village. And by “we,” we should clarify that we really just mean Property editor James Jennings. See, upon reminding him of this trinity abode via Slack, he responded with: “Holy crap, I love that place … I would marry that place.” Indeed, Jim, indeed.
Aside from the fact that people can’t marry buildings (you just Googled that didn’t you?), we can certainly understand the sentiment. Take a peek at the gallery, embedded below, and you’ll get it too: it’s a lovely end-unit home with a “storybook exterior” charmed with iron planter boxes, plus two entrances and a patio for al fresco dining. Who wouldn’t want to make a commitment to this trinity house? (Well, perhaps some might beg to differ.)
Inside, notable details include, but are not limited to, original hardwood floors, exposed beams, and built-in shelving. Among its neater features are the architectural ceiling detail and wood-burning fireplace in the kitchen and an exposed brick archway on the second floor, where there’s also a built-in bench. Laundry unit can be found on the third floor.
THE FINE PRINT
Square feet: 564
Listing: 621 S American St, Unit A, Philadelphia, PA, 19147 [Coldwell Banker Preferred-Old City]