This world-class residence, occupying half of the 46th floor of Two Liberty Place, offers unparalleled views of Philadelphia, City Hall, the Ben Franklin Bridge, and both the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers. Notable for its approximately 2400 square-foot terrace and views to the east, west and north, this home lends itself to extraordinary entertaining atop the city. To experience this home is to feel refinement and sophistication, classicism and quality wrapped by floor-to-ceiling windows and breathtaking views. Custom interiors were designed to comfortably host a crowd and offer a graceful nod to the Art Moderne period. The reception foyer is distinguished by a dramatic tile floor mosaic. Just beyond is a spectacular living room with a bioethanol fireplace and multiple seating areas. The dining room, kitchen and breakfast room access the main terrace, creating light-filled spaces. The ultra-modern kitchen with island accommodates a caterer and staff with ease but also serves as a superbly equipped workspace for the home chef. A temperature-controlled, 1,500-bottle wine room and full-service bar complement the kitchen/dining experience. All is in like-new condition. A family room and library are more casual yet still exquisite living spaces both with access to the terrace. The vast master suite features two dressing rooms, walk-in closets, and sitting room which opens to a terrace with spectacular views of Philadelphia. The master bathroom features beautiful Carrera marble. There are two laundry rooms and two powder rooms, and a second bedroom for guests. Building amenities include a fully equipped gym, endless pool, conference room, billiard room, concierge, doormen, and a chauffeur driven town car. Valet parking is available for you and your guests for an additional fee. Centrally located with the best of everything Philadelphia has to offer. Convenient access to all regional rails, helipads and the international airport. Owner is a licensed real estate agent. Property May Be Purchased Furnished Or Unfurnished
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