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Renovated, luxe Rittenhouse Square home asks $4M

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Step inside one of the neighborhood’s nicest spots

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.