246 Locust Street
Philadelphia, Pa, 19106
Every detail of the Townhouse at 273 S 4th has been lovingly refurbished, from the high ceilings, original moldings, & exposed brick walls to the large light filled windows. These features, combined with luxurious finishes, custom fixtures and soaring ceilings, re imagine Society Hill living for the 21st century.
This home possesses 4,153 of above ground space, finished lower level, 5-6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, powder room, and ceilings up to 12′ — all spread across 4 floors. All throughout this townhouse, one finds wide pine and oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, natural light, original detailing.
The First Floor, which is primarily for entertaining, has Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Outdoor Courtyard. The Kitchen is outfitted with commercial appliances, custom cabinetry, and breakfast area. In the living room, one finds the integrated fireplace, wide plank pine floors, 12’ ceilings and original crown moldings. Sunlight pours into this floor from the South facing oversized windows. The Second Floor, which is primarily for living, has Master Suite, and an additional library/ bedroom. large closets and hardwood floors. Soaring ceilings accompany the master bedroom, whereas the en-suite master bathroom has a free-standing soaking tub, crafted marble. The Third and Fourth Floors have 4 additional bedrooms and 2 shared baths.
The Lower Level, which is primarily for recreation, has a family room, exposed brick walls, and a fireplace.
Some of the home’s other features include a central zoned HVAC, and a utility room with washer and dryer.
Built in the 1800’s , 273 S 4th represents the architectural beauty of Philadelphia’s elegant Gilded Age. Close to dining, cafes, fashion, parks & play, retail, and arts & culture, this townhouse residence is within Society Hill , one of the most Philadelphia desirable locations.
Seller to include 1 year of pre-paid parking at nearby garage with acceptable offer
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.View Full Details