246 Locust Street
Philadelphia, Pa, 19106
1706 Rittenhouse Square,#801
Philadelphia, PA, 19103
|Monthly Fee: $4300|
|Extras: tax abatement, 2 car parking|
Located in 1706 Rittenhouse Sq this spectacular, fully renovated 4 bedroom condominium enjoys views from every room and offers the perfect layout for indoor and outdoor entertaining.
Take the keyed elevator to your inviting entrance gallery, adorned with colorful walls, leading directly to a perfectly proportioned and spectacular living room, with huge steel windows and french doors that access the stunning terrace. Extraordinary light and views pour in through four exposures. A dramatic, sun-filled interior that welcomes you with over 10′ ceilings and wide plank oak floors. The sleek and refined chef’s kitchen features large eat-in dining, city views, a center island, beautiful custom cabinetry, quartz counters, and high-end appliances. The dining room, adjacent to the living room is large enough for small intimate parties or large scale entertaining featuring casement steel doors out to your private terrace.
The master suite is an ideal, peaceful sanctuary with oversized proportions, huge windows, custom walk in closets and a spa-like ensuite bathroom. The master bath features a soaking tub, separate shower, double sink vanity, marble floors, and luxurious fixtures. Two additional bedrooms with sun lit exposures share a bath and have ample closets. The forth bedroom currently used as an at Home Theater and screening room. Other features include marble power room, zoned central HVAC system, and parking for 2 cars.
1706 Rittenhouse Square, the preeminent doorman condominium in Philadelphia, was completed in 2011 and designed by Cecil Baker. Residents enjoy an impressive array of building amenities, including full-time doorman, a heated indoor pool, private health club, steam rooms, saunas, bike rooms, and onsite parking. The prime Rittenhouse Square location is in close proximity to the Philadelphia Museum of Art,, the new Rodin Museum, many of the worlds finest contemporary art galleries, and some of Philadelphia’s best restaurants and shops.