Philadelphia—and Rittenhouse Square, especially—has no shortage of stunning old homes. But this rowhome at 1810 Delancey Place really takes the cake.
The four-story home, which just saw a total renovation, offers nearly 5,000 square feet of space, as well as six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Built in 1913, the house still retains a lot of that early-20th century charm, in details like the crown molding, chandeliers, and gas fireplaces in the living and dining areas. But there are plenty of contemporary touches, too: especially in the kitchen, which features marble countertops and a marble backsplash.
The floors upstairs hold the bedrooms and a study, all of which feature more of the same: fireplaces with crown molding, ornate chandeliers, and leaded windows. There’s even a rooftop terrace with views over the city, and a two-car garage.
The home has undergone a $1.5 million price jump since it last listed in 2014 for nearly $2.5M.