A 3-story penthouse in the Lanesborough at 1601 Locust Street has hit the market to the tune of $7,000,000, offering jaw-dropping skyline views from nearly every room, including the bathrooms.
Laurie Phillips, who is handling the listing, says, “It is truly remarkable with the most exquisite interior and exterior space in Philadelphia.”
Even that may be an understatement. The 4,000-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath penthouse boasts white oak floors and custom LePage windows and doors that open to, count ‘em, four outdoor terraces. Two of them are off the bedrooms on the second level, and there are another two off the first and third stories, as well.
Aside from the impressive the 360-degree views, though, one may notice the smaller but still impressive interior details, like the two wine storages that sandwich one of the terraces and the metallic clawfoot tub in the master bathroom that has a TV mounted above. The built-in benches and planters on the terraces are nice touches, too.
The penthouse, now one of the most expensive homes for sale in Philly, is located in the 21-story Lanesborough, which dates back to 1929 when it was a private men’s club. Today, it’s an 18-unit condo building with a fitness center, which amounts to $2,950 in monthly condo fees.
- The Lanesborough Condominium Penthouse [Laurie Phillips]