• 250 S 13TH ST #3A, PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, 19107

  • $249,000
This large corner unit at the Lenox Condominium is flooded with light from 9 oversized and double pane windows and a glass paneled door in the kitchen. The kitchen and bathroom have all been completely renovated. The kitchen is large enough to hold a table and has ample custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. There is an entry hall vestibule with the living room and bedroom on opposite ends. The condo has three large closets including two that are walk in spaces. There is a door to the fire escape that offers great light and air flow through the entire condo. The building has a large laundry room in the basement, but the association now allows owners to install their own individual washer & dryer units, if they wish. The Lenox Condominium was designed by famed New York architects Clinton and Russell. It was built in 1920 and renovated into condos in 2004-5. The units have large scale rooms, high ceilings, lots of windows and most units have their original architectural elements. It is a Doorman building and is centrally located at the southern end of Mid-town Village in Washington Square West. It is 2 blocks from all of the great shops, restaurants, theaters and night life of Midtown Village, Walnut Street and the Avenue of the Arts. It is also just a few blocks from Thomas Jefferson and Pennsylvania Hospitals. There are many public transportation options within a few blocks of the Lenox. The condo fees include a 24/7 door staff, heat, hot water and high speed internet. The owners pay their own electric and Cable TV. The building offers additional storage and there are many gym and parking options within 2-3 blocks. Pet friendly building.
$249,000
(215) 735 - 2225
250 S 13TH ST #3A
PHILADELPHIA
Pennsylvania
19107
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PHILADELPHIA
Residential
Sidewalks,StreetLights,ExteriorLght
SecuritySys,9Ft+Ceiling,CeilngFan(s),CableTVWired,Elevator,BayWindow
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803sq.ft.
2 PETS UP TO 85 LBS
4
Restricted
97Years
$3,045
PostedJune 16, 2017