Trinity Tuesday: Lovely Bella Vista Home Redone in Last Few Months

The breakfast bar is made from reclaimed burled walnut.

TREND images via

TREND images via

Holy moly, we so want this house! Constructed in 1850, this Bella Vista oldie has stood tall through the years in true trinity form. Luckily, in the last few months, the timeworn residence has been graced with a meticulous restoration and renovation so that it’s anything but and leaving it with a slew of beautiful details, so much so that we don’t honestly know where to start.

Perhaps its exterior is a good place to begin. For one, the home has a traditional brick façade that’s polished up by the added planters. Though in addition to the curb appeal, it’s also in pretty sweet neighborhood: Bella Vista, as we noted in a previous trinity house, has a very active neighborhood group that spearheads events for area denizens.

Inside, the home boasts all exposed brick and beams, all new mechanicals, spiral staircase with light well an custom-colored lighting, and a living room with hand-scraped oak hardwood floors and fireplace with reclaimed walnut mantel. Recessed lighting is also present, while the kitchen features quartz counter tops, industrial-style task lighting. SS appliances and a deep farmhouse sink. The breakfast bar is made from reclaimed burled walnut.

According to the listing, the home also has spa-like bathrooms – one of which has a frameless glass tub enclosure and radiant heat flooring – and a 600-square-foot roof deck with 10 year warranty and a 10 year tax abatement pending. Specs and photos below.

Baths: 2
Square feet: 1,024
Price: $378,500

TREND images via Zillow.

Listing: 921 Hall St, Philadelphia, PA, 19147 [Coldwell Banker Preferred-Philly Home Girls]