Trinity Tuesday: A Little Something Extra in Pennsport
What a difference 200 or so square feet can make.
That extra floor space turns a standard trinity into a potential show piece with room for more than eating and sleeping.
Take this up-to-date, handsome trinity on a quiet Pennsport street, for instance. Extra space tacked on at the back gives this classic of the genre features you often don’t find in trinities.
Such as a main floor kitchen that also has room for a dining table as well as plenty of counter and cabinet space.
Or two spaces for outdoor enjoyment: a paved courtyard in back of the kitchen and a deck off the top-floor master bedroom.
That extra space also provides room for a bathroom on each floor and a den as well as a bedroom on the second floor. (You can use that back room as a home office or extra-large walk-in closet if you prefer.)
And the third-floor bathroom is outfitted well enough to justify the title “master bathroom,” thanks to its dual vanities and full tile tub/shower enclosure. Not to mention that there’s a little extra room off the master bedroom as well. (See paragraph above for possible uses.)
In short, this is a big little home in great condition in a great location: you’re just steps away from local dining legends like Federal Donuts and The Industry, and the big-box stores on Columbus Boulevard are also a short jaunt away (there are car share pods and an Indego bike share station close by if you need wheels to help you carry your haul back).
THE FINE PRINT
SQUARE FEET: 880
SALE PRICE: $249,500
OTHER STUFF: This home also has a new heating and central air system as well as new first-floor windows and a washer and dryer.
1105 S. Bodine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19147 [Gordon Stein | RE/MAX Access]