1900 HAMILTON ST #606, PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, 19130
Enjoy condo living at its finest at the Tivoli, one of the Art Museum area's most desirable luxury condominium communities. This spacious unit, with the largest floorplan in the tower, offers the space of a house with the convenience of condo living. With 2,000 square feet of living space on a single level, hardwood floors throughout, a private balcony and amenities like a 24-hour concierge, fitness room, playroom and community room/kitchen, as well as meticulously maintained grounds, you may never want to leave?and yes, the new mega Whole Foods delivers. Enter into the open-plan living area with U-shaped kitchen featuring ceiling-height maple cabinets, pale granite countertops and breakfast bar, GE Profile appliances and lovely sight lines to the balcony with skyline view. There is plenty of room for both dining and lounging, while the wall of windows makes the room feel even larger and connects the indoor/outdoor space, making it ideal for entertaining. The the left of the living room is the first of the three large bedrooms, all with eastern exposure; it makes a great option for a den, home office or guest space due to its separation from the other two bedrooms and its access to the bathroom directly across the hall. The master bedroom is at the opposite end of the unit, with a huge walk-in closet and en-suite bath with soaking tub and separate walk-in shower, both with travertine tile surrounds. The middle bedroom is also quite roomy and has two large windows, a large closet and access to another spacious hall bath. There's also a convenient laundry room with full-size washer and dryer and room for extra storage. Enjoy the building's community greenspace or Matthias Baldwin Park across the street, and of course Fairmount Park is just a few blocks away. The best of the Art Museum area is just beyond the lobby: the newly opened TargetExpress, Pizzeria Vetri, Kite & Key, Sabrina's, Buena Onda, the Central Library, Kelly Drive and of course all the art you can handle, with the Barnes Foundation, the Rodin Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art lining the Parkway.