1900 Hamilton St #ph2

$665,000

$665,000

1900 Hamilton St #ph2

Logan Square

Sq Ft
1333.0
Bedrooms
2
Full Baths
2
Parking
Parking Garage
1900 Hamilton St #ph2 Philadelphia, PA 19130 United States

Enjoy condo living at its finest at the Tivoli, one of the Art Museum area’s most desirable luxury condominium communities–and this sun-filled penthouse unit with a private balcony might just have our favorite view in the building. Along with building amenities like a 24-hour concierge, fitness room, playroom and community room/kitchen, as well as meticulously maintained grounds, you may never want to leave–and yes, the mega Whole Foods delivers. From the slate tiled entry, you can already catch a glimpse of those skyline views, and a few steps further into the unit reveals gleaming Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, an open living and dining area focused around a gas fireplace flanked with built-in shelving, and floor-to-ceiling windows with French doors lead out to the balcony. The U-shaped kitchen features full-height Shaker-style cabinets, slate tile backsplash, stainless steel GE profile appliances and black granite countertops that continue into a breakfast bar for morning coffee or to display hors d’oeuvres and champagne on New Year’s Eve. Both of the bedrooms enjoy south-facing views while the master bedroom benefits from a larger walk-in closet and en-suite bath with marble-topped dual vanity, Zuma whirlpool tub and travertine tile surround. The second bedroom is at the other end of the unit–a plus for privacy–and the second bath is located directly opposite, so it’s almost like having a second suite. Convenient in-unit laundry is tucked away into a hall closet and there’s a huge coat closet as well for additional storage. Enjoy the building’s community greenspace or Matthias Baldwin Park across the street, and of course Fairmount Park is just a few blocks away. The best of the Art Museum area is just beyond the lobby: the newly opened TargetExpress, 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.

Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Preferred-Old City