From its views of Founders Hall and the Center City skyline to its central location, this house truly has it all. Designed by architect Brett Weber and featured on his website, this solidly built and extremely stylish home stands out among everything in its price range.
The main floor of the home is located on the second level. This offers better views and more privacy to the open layout.
The rooms are filled with lots of natural light, and the beautiful electric lighting is Lutron controlled.
The flooring is black stained red oak.
The windows and sliders are Loewen, and the clerestory shades are remote controlled Lutro QED Sevoia shading.
The length of the house is suitable for an open dining area.
The first floor powder room is hidden behind a beautifully designed wooden door.
Features include a Jano home distributed music system, security system installed, phone operated garage door. Sub-Zero, Fisher, and Paykel appliances, Miele washer and dryer
The hot water is supplied through a gas fired boiler that is instant on demand. Cooking is gas. Most fixtures are Duravit, all faucets are Dornbracht.
The entrance to the house takes you to the first floor, where there is a bedroom, full bath, and access to the garage.
Heating is hydronic and with sleek Runtal radiators and all rooms have individual heating controls, some on timers.
The second bedroom, with its picture window, can be used as an office as well.
The second floor offers a full shared bathroom.
The third floor bath has wet bed poured radiant heating.
The Master Bedroom is located in the rear of the house.
The top floor is enclosed with windows taking up three walls. With entrance to the roof deck, this also offers a relaxing place for a rainy day.
The house is wired for sound, cable, phone, and satellite.
The roof deck is built from Ipe wood and covers the house with tree tops and city views. The gas line in the house reaches as far as the roof to maintain the barbeque.
All of the outdoor water has internal shut offs to be frost proof. This house is spacious, beautiful, and an absolute must see. Close to all of the amenities of Fairmount Avenue and great public transportation in and out of Center City.
This street to street property with rear load garage has a structure that is not wood framed but is built out of concrete block and steel.