This one-of-a-kind 1912 rectory boasts of stone, brick, timber, and architectural detail that is unparalleled. We call it the Parish House and it is located in East Kensington proper: a Fishtown-area neighborhood. Revolutionary design and extraordinary resourced materials create an atmosphere of distinction and luxury.
Discover 5 magnificent homes that will reflect your individual taste and expression like no other property in Philadelphia.
The creation of the Parish House has been an exciting labor of love for Red Oak Development! This genius team had the vision, skill, and creative sensibilities to transform a historic building into 5 luxurious, awe-inspiring new construction townhomes, never losing sight of their deep intention to preserve and resource as much of the original details as possible.
Just look at the exterior after it's been power washed!
Full of unique and superbly crafted details from the minds of Red Oak Development, the Parish House is stunning; it's stupendous; and, it's about to hit the market!
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2126 Firth St. Philadelphia, PA 19125
The 2nd corner unit is the grandest in size and expansiveness.
Every inch of this enormous and grand space has been contemplated and kissed with refinement. From the salvaged, hand-welded industrial barn doors on the upper floor to the solar-operated skylights, every feature in this unit is impressive.
The bathrooms are equally sophisticated with designer-grade, high-end arabesque tile in the bathrooms, custom vanities, and a custom-made 2nd story chandelier that hangs in the stairwell which is made of steel and reclaimed beams.
Rounding off this sizable unit is the master bedroom, which has a massive walk-out deck with original decorative architectural detail preserved from the old rectory.
2126 Firth St. Finishes
2134 Firth St. Philadelphia, PA 19125
This corner unit is marked by enormous custom windows that were created to fit perfectly and to match the original rectory's facade.
The entrance walkway is set off by the original wrought-iron fence, which frames a lush private green space.
The interior features will leave you breathless! From the original winding double-wide wood staircase to the massive basement compete with polished concrete, every inch is amazing.
Throughout the home you'll be thrilled by little discoveries like reclaimed wood details, a built-in bench, the finest tile and metal work we've seen, plus custom counters, sinks, vanities and so much more.
2134 Firth St. Finishes
In the Press
|105-year-old East Kensington rectory gets townhome treatment|
|Hard Hat Tour: The Parish House|
|105-year-old church rectory in East Kensington becoming luxury townhomes|