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Luxury Rittenhouse home with separate living spaces asks $1.45M

It’s got four bedrooms and a finished studio basement

Via Cary Simons Nelson, Kurfiss Sotheby Realty

A four-story Rittenhouse home with a finished basement and separate living spaces, just dropped on the market for $1,450,000.

The 3,000-square-foot home has four beds, three and a half baths and plenty of versatility—it’s currently divided into three separate living spaces, but can be converted back into a single family dwelling.

The space starts with a private entrance that opens into a lower-level studio. That features a full kitchen and dining area, as well as a sleek bathroom with a walk-in shower and glass block walls.

Upstairs, the ground floor holds an entirely different living space, which is still connected to the lower level via stairs. It has a living room with built-in bookshelves and a fireplace surrounded by green marble. Just beyond the living room there’s a wine rack and refrigerator, then a dressing room with a vanity. There’s a bedroom on this level, too, but no full kitchen.

The first floor entrance and vestibule
A wine rack, microwave and refrigerator, which sit across the room from the entrance.

The third and final living area sits on the top two floors, with a full kitchen and three bedrooms along with an outdoor patio. The patio is divided between this home and its neighbor, but there’s plenty of outside space to go around.

The home was built in 1912 but, just ten years ago, underwent $900,000 worth of renovations to give it a contemporary feel.