Sold: 1816 Delancey Street
Sold: Nestled on the most desirable block in Philadelphia, welcome home to 1816 Delancey, a magnificent, one-of-a-kind renovation. A true architectural oasis, this almost 4,700 square foot town home showcases the recent complete renovations with the highest quality luxury craftsmanship and design, while respectfully conserving its historical significance as home to Mary Curtis Bok, the founder of the Curtis Institute of Music. Stepping through the gracious vestibule entrance, the main level opens to a grand foyer with stunning marble accents and original details, including crown molding, period fireplace, marble mantles, and elegant archways. Enjoy signature, Delancey oversized windows form the entertaining room at front, fireplace, and a breathtaking, engraved ceiling. Continue through the main level to find a butler’s kitchen, stately formal dining room, highlighted by stunning windows, brilliant tiling, window benches, and a period fireplace. Upstairs, the second level is the heart of the home, featuring a light filled, gourmet “Joanne Hudson” chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, gorgeous mill work and cabinetry, and breakfast nook. Enjoy grilling on the balcony! The spacious kitchen opens to a large formal dining room, which leads to a custom wet bar, powder room, and cozy living room. On the third level, find the Primary Suite, with an impressive walk-through dressing area, including two walk-in closets and multiple built-ins, a luxurious bathroom with double vanities, huge glass shower, and clawfoot soaking tub. The upper floors offer spacious bedrooms and completely renovated bathrooms, including access to the top floor balcony. The lower level finished basement is a versatile space for a large home gym, playroom, media room, or guest suite. This property includes 2 car tandem garage parking, along with a third parking option with an electric vehicle charging station in front of the home. Make your appointment now to view this remarkable, urban residence!