Trinity Tuesday: Queen Village Residence Includes Master Bedroom Dressing Area

Specs and photos below.

Images via Mary on the Square

Images via Mary on the Square

You know how trinities are…well, snug, for lack of a better word? While this totally fine by us (and some of you, too), since it’s part of what makes them so gosh darn adorable, we’re highlighting this one for the slightly more generous space its master bedroom affords. We’ll get to that in a second though. First, a look at the overall property…

Coming in at 980 square feet, this tucked-away home on South Fairhill Street in Queen Village has several of those wonted, but nonetheless appreciated, features for which trinities are known: original wood floors (in this case pine), wood-burning fireplace with exposed brick, eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances (and vintage tile counters), and access to an enclosed patio space. What’s more, the third level features a second living area/bedroom with vaulted ceiling and sliding glass doors out to a deck. The laundry can be found in the basement.

The master bedroom, meanwhile, is on the second floor. It takes up the majority of the level and is outfitted with a wood-burning fireplace, recently remodeled ensuite bathroom, and, most notably, a dressing room area. The bathroom, for the record, now boasts an antique-inspired vanity and tub with glass enclosure. Specs and photos below.

Beds: 2
Baths: 1 full, 1 half
Square feet: 980
Price: $284,000

Images via Mary on the Square.

Listing: 907 S. Fairhill Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19147 [BHHS Fox & Roach-Mary on the Square]

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