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View This Delancey Place Property Before It Shatters Record Real Estate Sales

Kristen Detterline | November 16, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

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It’s no secret that there have been many beautiful homes that have been masterfully renovated over the years on Delancey street but, at the newly listed 1828 Delancey Place, there’s one thing that sets this residence apart from the rest, says real estate agent Kristen Foote of Kristen Foote & Co. (compass.com)

“None have been as completely rebuilt as this one has,” she says of the 5,500-square-foot address priced at $6.19 million. “With the highest level of quality, finishes and modern upgrades a luxury homeowner is looking for on the most prestigious street in the city, this is the perfect place to call home.”

As people spend more time at home than ever before, the property’s well-appointed amenities will further entice interested buyers. The five-story townhome, which was fully redesigned and rebuilt in 2015, features an elevator, home gym, multiple Crestron smart-home systems and a state-of-the-art, 2,000-bottle custom wine cellar designed by David Spon. Spon’s Connecticut design firm, Wine Cellar Concepts, has been featured in Architectural Digest and Bloomberg.

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Philadelphia designer and architect Joanne Hudson selected the tile in the gorgeous gourmet kitchen, which boasts a parlor and endless counter space. Just beyond there lies a spacious outdoor deck with a built-in barbecue and dog area. The second floor was also designed with entertaining in mind, thanks to a family/movie room complete with a wet bar, half bathroom and double doors that open out to another deck; a home office overlooking Delancey street is situated on this floor. The owner’s suite occupies the third level, featuring a marble bath, walk-in closet, vanity area and a private terrace, while the fourth floor boasts a pair of guest suites and a second laundry room.

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To date, the most expensive home sold on Delancey has been $5.85 million with prices increasing every year as new owners move in and remodel homes on this coveted block, says Foote. No matter how much sales prices tick up, there are some aspects about this neighborhood that are impossible to put a price tag on.

“Delancey street will always remain a soughtafter street for years to come due to its beautiful visual appeal, historical association and because unlike many of its sister streets, including Pine and Spruce, there are very few homes that have been converted into apartment buildings,” she says.



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