Constructed between 1876 and 1880, this Gothic-Revival chapel is set discretely within the context of mid-19th-century row houses in the a residential neighborhood of Philadelphia. It was designed by architect James Peacock Sims, and expanded in 1892 with the designs of noted architect Frank Furness. The exterior of the chapel was preserved, and the interior architectural details were restored while introducing contemporary, yet sympathetic, design elements to adapt the space into a single-family residence. Although no longer used for its original function, the historic chapel’s solemn grandeur endures in harmony with its new residential use and serves to maintain the neighborhood’s quiet, residential character.