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Trinity Tuesday: This Puppy Looks Right at the Shot Tower in Queen Village

A long-time favorite of families around the area, Sparks Shot Tower at Front and Carpenter in Queen Village has ball fields, a community center, a […]

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

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 […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Snuggle Up on Philly’s Secluded South Hancock Street

If ever there were a season during which the trinity house shines brightest, it’s likely to come down to autumn or winter. Face it: they’re snug, usually […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Pretty Gayborhood Rowhome on Panama Street

It’s official: Philadelphia is king of the rowhome. But we knew that already, didn’t we? And what better way to commemorate the City of Homes than […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Hidden Bella Vista Dwelling in the Middle of Everything

It’s easy to slip into hyperbole when writing about distinct homes, but in the case of this South Philadelphia trinity house we promise we’re not exaggerating […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Queen Village Residence Includes Master Bedroom Dressing Area

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 […]

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Trinity (Two-Fer) Tuesday: Chester County Farmhouse With Ties to Prohibition Liquor Still Operation

This is a very special edition of Trinity Tuesday–a two-fer, if you will. This historic property in Glenmoore is dubbed Still Hollow Farms, and boasts […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Newly Listed Historic Residence in Washington Square West

It’s too often we come across beautiful, 19th-century Philadelphia homes that have been renovated into oblivion by misguided individuals. Stripped of their original details and charm, these residential jewels go […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Bright-Eyed Abode in Bella Vista Includes Bedroom Deck

You know how some people say when you marry a person, you marry their family? Well, the same could be say about buying a home, […]

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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 […]

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Trinity Tuesday: “Fantasy Landscape” Pied-à-Terre in Rittenhouse

Trinities, by their nature, make excellent second homes in the city for those with primary residences elsewhere. But as you can see by the responses […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Versatile Rowhome in Philly’s Walker’s Paradise

Truth be told (and to dissuade denizens of nearby ‘hoods from lunging at my jugular), almost all the neighborhoods surrounding Center City will fall within WalkScore’s vaunted “Walker’s […]

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Trinity Tuesday: This 1,000-Square-Foot House Could Turn You Into a Minimalist

Purging old paperwork from my drawers, donating long-untouched books to the library, clearing my perpetually mail-laden bureau, and re-organizing my closet…these are all things I try […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Snug Rental Just Off the Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk

Watch out, you might just miss it! Slightly concealed on little Bonsall Street in Fitler Square, this quaint two-bedroom offers up a perfectly respectable piece of real […]

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Trinity Tuesday: Rittenhouse Charmer Can Have Its Cake and Eat It Too

At the risk of starting a fuss about which neighborhood 1522 Naudain Street falls in, we’re just going to go ahead and say it really has the […]