Was trolling some real estate listings this morning and came across 1232 25th St for sale. I've never noticed this house before, but its unique layout piqued my interest. The listing has really blurry photos, so to get a good sense, I'd recommend checking out Google Streetview. And here is the listing site.
Source: Google Streetview
What's the width of this house (minus the 'addition')? 10ft? Or is it not as narrow as I'm perceiving it, since a front door doesn't even fit in the front?
Somehow 6 bedrooms fit into that space and manages almost 2,000 sq/ft. It looks like it's seen better days, but could be a neat house worthy of an Apartment Therapy Skinny House post. Also comes with 2 vacant lots next to it, for all you urban farmers.
Anyone have some history on this home? I can't think of another example of a Philadelphia row that appears to have never had a front door.