Earlier last year, Curbed Philly took a look at the five most expensive homes on the market, and it's time to take a fresh look at what pricey listings have taken their place. At the moment, there are over 140 homes on the market that are over $1 million. In the top five most expensive listings, two of the five are located in the same development, 1706 Rittenhouse Square, a condominium development known as one of Philadelphia's most exclusive addresses. Other listings that top the list include a townhome known as "The House With a Surprise Inside" and a condo at The Residences at The Ritz Carlton. Prices range from $4.9 million to $6.9 million.
↑ 1706 Rittenhouse Sq. #2001
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 4,166-square-foot condo
The Skinny: Behold, the most expensive residential listing in Philadelphia. If the $3,832 monthly HOA dues don't prove to you how fancy this abode is, nothing will. This listing offers direct elevator access, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, and a large terrace. The development comes with an indoor pool, resident's garden, koi pond, and one automated garage parking space.
↑ 1414 S Penn Sq. Unit PHIIA
Size: 5,058-square-foot penthouse
The Skinny: For whatever reason, this listing at The Residences at The Ritz Carlton doesn't offer many details about what you can expect in this 47th-floor penthouse. There are no photos inside the listing, and there is no indication as to how many bedrooms and bathrooms there are. What you should expect, according to the listing, is a terrace with panoramic views, walls of windows, amenities like concierge services and a chauffer town car, and $4,855/month HOA dues.
↑ 237-47 S 18th St. Unit 5BC
Size: 4-bed, 6.5-bath, 5,300-square-foot condo
The Skinny: In The Barclay Condominium, this spacious condo comes with luxurious features like ceiling centerpieces, crown molding, a fireplace, and a library. The listing also offers Rittenhouse Square views and amenities that include doormen, concierge services, and a gym. Monthly HOA dues total $3,633.
↑ 1706 Rittenhouse Sq. #701
Size: 3-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,166-square-foot condo
The Skinny: Inside this 1706 Rittenhouse Sq. condo, you can find floor-to-ceiling windows, tray ceilings, and recessed lighting throughout. With $3,832/monthly HOA dues, other highlights include hardwood flooring, a wine cellar, and amenities like a full-service spa, fitness center, and garage parking.
↑ 1901 Delancey Pl.
Size: 5-bed, 5.5-bath, 8,806-square-foot townhouse
The Skinny: This art museum-esque abode features an elevator with access to each floor, a 40-foot dining room space, and a media room. It was previously featured in Wall Street Journal and described as "The House With a Surprise Inside." This listing has been on the market for over 350 days and was previously $2.1 million more expensive.
· Here are the 5 Most Expensive Homes in Philly Right Now [Curbed Philly]