Situated on a tree-lined Rittenhouse street, a brick townhouse is restored with style, elegance and 21st century amenities.
A roomy outdoor terrace boasts a wet bar.
Built in 1800, this four-story home retains the aged splendor of a bygone cityscape with all the latest conveniences necessary for contemporary living. The property offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three powder rooms across its sweeping 7,150-square-foot floor plan. Upon entering the grand foyer, you will find a den and an office—not to mention the four-car garage for convenient parking. Also, the first floor boasts a spacious dining room with soaring ceilings to accommodate the liveliest of dinner parties. Next, you can ride the elevator upstairs to relish in the built-in bookshelves, wet bar and wood-burning fireplace. Down the hall, the kitchen features custom cabinetry, granite countertops, a U-line wine cooler and a Sub-Zero refrigerator to match the modernized Wolf stovetop and oven. After dining, you can step onto the terrace overlooking Cyprus Street to admire the skyline. The third floor harbors a guest bedroom, a laundry room and an extra den along with the master suite. There, inside this lavish main bedroom, you will find a walk-in closet, a clawfoot bathtub, twin shower heads and a Carrera marble bathroom with dual sinks. This sumptuous space neatly complements the Jacuzzi tub and marble tiles in the second bedroom. On the fourth floor, you will discover three additional bedrooms and bathrooms before encountering the property’s headlining showstopper: the grand terrace. This outdoor oasis comes complete with a wet bar, mini-refrigerator, dishwasher and sink for easy entertaining. “This is truly a rare find in the heart of Rittenhouse Square on the highly coveted and beautiful tree-lined Delancey Street,” says listing agent Mike McCann. Antiquated charm meets the futuristic functionality of modern design for a mere $4.5 million. 2101 Delancey St., Mike McCann, 215.607.6007; Nicole Klein, 215.872.6288mccannteam.com