MLS® ID: PAPH851266
1900 HAMILTON STREET 507
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, 19130 $869,900
This pristine tower unit at the Tivoli is the epitome of style and sophistication and is not only our favorite layout in the building, but it has upgrades galore including beautiful custom built-ins, a balcony, and parking. One of the Art Museum area's most desirable luxury condominium communities, the building's amenities include a 24-hour concierge, fitness room, playroom and community room/kitchen, as well as meticulously maintained grounds. At over 1,700 square feet on a single level, this unit is an immediate standout with its formal entryway with maple-framed floor-to-ceiling mirrors that open up and brighten the space. Follow the pale oak hardwood floors into the wide-open living area where you are rewarded with lovely eastern views overlooking Matthias Baldwin Park from the full corner of windows, and a private balcony on the adjacent wall. The efficiently designed kitchen features black granite countertops, stainless steel GE Profile appliances included slide-in range, a wine fridge, pretty gray glass mosaic tile back splash and custom HTH flat-front cabinets. The custom built-ins throughout the unit blend seamlessly into the design and offer ultimate organization, like the pantry right off the kitchen, the laundry closet in the hallway and California closets in each of the bedrooms. There are two bedrooms off the main living space, one with two closets and an eastern view, the other with one double-wide closet and a northern view. They both have access to their own bathroom with floating IFO vanity, Grohe fixtures and ceramic tile floors and tub surround. The master suite occupies the more private west end of the unit with three (!) closets and en-suite bath featuring Travertine tile floors, separate soaking tub and walk-in shower with frameless glass doors and a large granite-topped vanity. The best of the Art Museum area is just beyond the lobby: Target Express, 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.