A historically certified property on Delancey Street goes on the market while a contemporary home dazzles in Moorestown.
Fine craftsmanship and elegant modern touches complete this classic Beaux Arts style home at 2031 Delancey St. (267.626.7613, reidrosenthal.com).
The six bedroom, four full- and three half-bath mansion is tucked away on one of the most desirable and historic blocks in Philly. “It’s rare to find a historically certified property that is in such great condition while still holding onto so many original features, charm and craftsmanship,” says Reid Rosenthal, president and associate broker of The Rosenthal Group at Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors. “Designed in the 1860s and remodeled by world-renowned architecture firm Tilden, Register & Pepper in 1924, the mansion boasts an artful balance of grace and function. The interior beauty is defined by exceptional finishes and large living spaces.”
The mansion features a gorgeous French wood-paneled library with an attached balcony for entertaining, ninefireplace mantels and an iron-gated wine cellar—all to the tune of $3.99 million.
Find modernfinishes in the gourmet-style kitchen with dark gray Carrara marble countertops, state-of-the-art Dacor and Bosch appliances, and beveled white cabinets.
Every day is a staycation at this four-bedroom, five full- and one half-bath estate at 553 New Albany Road in Moorestown, N.J. (856.795.4709, annekoonsrealestate.com).
The home’s traditional finishing and contemporary open floor plan makes this luxury dwelling a prime spot.
Natural sunlight flows into the gourmet kitchen outfitted with luxe amenities such as beautiful cabinetry with detailed trim work; a large center island; a built-in Ariston coffee station; and top-of-the-line Bosch, Wolf, Dacor and Sub-Zero appliances. Find all of this for just under $1.5 million.
“The location of the property is unique because it is on a fairly good street with normal traffic, but when you turn down the private drive, you have your own private oasis on 2 acres of wooded splendor, yet you’re close to everything,” says Realtor Anne Koons. The home’s backyard doesn’t disappoint, either, with an outdoor kitchen space, an in-ground pool, and spacious tennis and basketball courts.
Photography by: NEW ALBANY PHOTOS BY RONALD BRUCE/COURTESY OF ANNE KOONS; DELANCEY STREET PHOTOS BY HOMEJAB LLC/COURTESY OF REID ROSENTHAL/BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY FOX & ROACH REALTORS