• 2601 PENNSYLVANIA AVE #1112, PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, 19130

  • $429,900
This beautifully renovated condo has a corner balcony with 180-degree views, high-end finishes in the updated kitchen and bathrooms, and PARKING. Offering the generous square footage of a house across a single level, the unit also boasts unrivaled outdoor space, making you the host with the most during Fourth of July fireworks and summer festivals along the Parkway. And with the building's restored Art Deco-style marble lobby, 24-hour concierge, on-site fitness center, bike storage, maintenance services and courtesy shuttle to Center City, it's almost like living in a hotel. Located on a high floor, the unit has a well thought-out floorplan with an open kitchen, separate dining area, spacious living room and bonus rear nook--when's the last time you saw a piano tucked away in a condo? The bedrooms are located on opposite sides of the unit for privacy, each with its own bath for added convenience. The kitchen opens to both the dining area and living room--ideal for entertaining--and features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances including a GE Profile slide-in five-burner range, Shaker-style cabinets, mixed mosaic stone and copper backsplash and pretty pendant lights over the breakfast bar. Access to the outdoor space is just off the living room, and the deck wraps around to a second entrance off the spacious master bedroom, offering views of the Art Museum, river and city skyline. The master bath features an oversized granite-topped vanity, deep soaking tub with frameless glass shower door and travertine tile surround, and a linen closet. The rear bedroom, currently set up as an office and media room, has custom-built bookshelves, a large closet and its own en-suite bath with standup travertine tile shower with frameless glass door. There's no lack of storage with the large closets in the bedrooms, linen closets in both bathrooms and an additional hall closet. There's also a stacked washer and dryer tucked away off the entry hall. The balcony views alone will close the deal, but don't forget that the best of the Art Museum area is just beyond the lobby: Whole Foods mega-shopping center, Philadelphia Sports Club, Kite & Key, Sabrina's, 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.
$429,900
(215) 923 - 7600
2601 PENNSYLVANIA AVE #1112
PHILADELPHIA
Pennsylvania
19130
2
2
PHILADELPHIA
Residential
Y
1,480sq.ft.
67Years
$3,795
PostedApril 19, 2017