516 Spruce Street

  • $2,400,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 4261 sq.ft.

About this listing

Welcome to 516 Spruce Street. This stately Society Hill townhouse has been fully restored and features 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a powder room plus a large garden, and a 2-Car Garage. Enter the large open living room with beautifully milled bookcases, fireplace, high ceilings & moldings, a gracious staircase, and hardwood floors. Just past the living area is a dining room open to a Joanne Hudson designed kitchen outfitted with Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances, custom cabinetry and an oversized island. Adjoining the kitchen is a sitting area and breakfast room. Large glass doors lead to the landscaped garden and the 2-car garage. The second level begins with an oversized owner’s suite with a walk-in closet and 3 additional custom-fitted closets. The en-suite bath, also designed by Joanne Hudson, features a spacious glass-enclosed shower and double vanity with stone finishes. Also on this level is a Spruce facing bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Up the gracious staircase to the 3rd level, you’ll find a grand bedroom to the south (currently in use as a rec room) with french doors leading to a sun-splashed deck. This bedroom has a newly renovated en-suite bathroom with marble tile, a jetted tub, and generous single vanity. The north side of this level features another sizable bedroom with outfitted closets and adjacent to a hall bathroom. The 5th level features a guest bedroom with an attached bathroom and a home office/bonus room. The lower level is fully finished with an “au-pair” suite with access to the front, a split full bathroom, home gym, and laundry room. This property also features a fully upgraded multi-zoned HVAC and an elevator to all levels.

Property Details

Type Townhouse
Square Feet 4261
Lot size 16.62 x 140
Beds 6
Baths 6
Half Bath 1
Extra features 2 Car Garage
Laundry Room
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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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