130-32 Delancey Street

  • $2,850,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 4439 sq.ft.

About this listing

Welcome to 130-32 Delancey Street! Once in a lifetime opportunity to own a double wide home in the heart of Society Hill. Perfectly located on Delancey Street, this home is set back within a private gated and landscaped courtyard.

Renovated to perfection the house’s entertaining spaces are modern and gracious featuring an exquisite living room with a fireplace and patio, a dining room with space to host dinners from 6 to 16, a chef’s kitchen complete with Caesar stone counters, marble backsplash, Akzo, Subzero and Wolf appliances, pot filler and an abundance of cabinetry with a breakfast area. There is a 2nd level family room with a fireplace, reading alcove and media area.

The private chambers include a gorgeous primary suite with a spa-like bathroom, a vaulted ceiling, 4 exposures allowing tremendous light, a floor-to-ceiling stone wood-burning fireplace and built-in benches. Double doors lead into the elegant 4-piece bathroom with a heated floor, dual vanity, soaking tub, heated towel rack, water closet and an oversized stall shower with skylight and bench. The suite also features a walk-in closet complete with built-in drawers, cabinetry, shelving, a desk, laundry chute and a spacious dressing room. There are two additional bedrooms + a guest suite with a total of 4 full and 2 half baths. Other amenities include a wet bar, 5 fireplaces, and high ceilings throughout the house.

Located in prime Society Hill, 130 Delancey Street is right in the heart of the most desirable dining, shopping, and lifestyle destinations in the neighborhood. One-year parking pre-paid is included.

Property Details

Type Rowhouse
Square Feet 4439
Lot size 35x80
Year built 1800
Beds 4
Baths 4
Half Baths 2
Extra features Patio
Wet Bar
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Society Hill

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Society Hill is one of Philadelphia’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, with the largest concentration of original 18th and early 19th century architecture in the U.S.

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