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Naval Square condo with barrel vaulted ceilings asks $629K

The open floor plan offers a blank slate

This Naval Square condo is on the market for $629,000.
Courtesy of Christine Andrews, BHHS Fox & Roach-CC Rittenhouse Hotel

A spacious condo in the Naval Square development has come to the market with a $629,000 price tag. That buys a two-bedroom, two-bath home that hasn’t been offered since the development opened in 2006.

Naval Square is a 20-acre condo community developed by Toll Brothers. The original building was designed by architect William Strickland (of the iconic Merchants’ Exchange building and Second Bank of the United States) in 1833 for the Department of the Navy.

This unit clocks in a 1,600 square feet. The 12-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings in the living room highlight the condo’s exposed ductwork and large, open floor plan. The 30-by-30-foot space offers a blank slate, though the current setup includes four separate areas including a kitchen, a dining room, an office, and a living room.

To top it off, the condo has a new, fresh coat of paint and includes a surface parking spot (there’s covered parking available, too, but it’ll cost you another $15,000).

Along with the $629,000 price tag, the monthly HOA fees come out to $500.