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Museum Estates townhouse at former Please Touch Museum asks $2.15M

A big home for a big price tag

One of the first townhomes at Museum Estates is for sale.
Courtesy of the McCann Team

The site of the now-demolished and original Please Touch Museum is still very much a construction site, but the first townhome is already looking for its future owner willing to shell out $2,150,000 for a 4,320-square-foot property.

The eight-unit townhouse development, dubbed Museum Estates, isn’t expected to deliver until December 2017, so the listing states that there’s still time to add some of your own customizations to the home. These are the already built-in basics for this particular townhouse, named Unit 3: There will be four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and a two-car garage.

Each townhouse also comes with a deck off the second level and a roof deck.

The eight mansion-like homes will replace the former Please Touch Museum, which was demolished last year to make way for the new development. The Please Touch Museum is now located in Fairmount Park.

Only exterior renderings are available at the moment. As the rendering below reveals, the eight townhomes will be connected via a pedestrian pathway.