SoPhilly Spotlight: Spiral Staircase edition

You might get dizzy living in this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, but it’s charming anyway. At 916 S. Delhi St. this trinity with all spiral staircases is steps from the Italian Market and clocks in at $251,000.

916 S. Delhi St.


The house is also called “precious” in the listing, which means tiny – only 648 square feet. Makes sense with all those space-saving spiral staircases, huh?

Second floor
Kichen is on the second floor

It’s set up as a 1-bedroom right now, could be two, though, and the listing says there are two full bathrooms. One bathroom, however, is a bit on the terrifying side.

That's a lotta black.
That’s a lotta black.

From the listing by Coldwell Banker Preferred:

The home is truly the best set up that any trinity could have.

Well that’s nice.

The first floor is a living room or bedroom depending on use. A small yard, large enough for a table and chairs. The second floor holds a large dining or living room, kitchen with large bay window, a full bath, and features balcony doors that open to a juliet balcony.

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The third floor is a large bedroom with a large closet and another full bathroom. The home features hardwoods througout, central air and recessed lighting. This home is a gem that you have to see to appreciate.

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4 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: Spiral Staircase edition

  • July 27, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    An EMT once told me never to live in a house with a spiral staircase because if you ever need medical assistance, they will not be able to get you down the stairs on a stretcher. Just something to consider.

    • July 28, 2013 at 8:23 pm

      Good point.

  • August 1, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Thanks for the share! With Spiral Staircase prices being so affordable these days my wife and I have been doing a lot of research into getting one. Any suggestions or tips for buying/ installing a spiral staircase?

    • August 1, 2013 at 5:46 pm


      Check out the iron shop. Its local and they have pretty good info on installation and the like.

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