2207 Chestnut Street, #4
Originally built in the early 1900 for the Potter-Diesinger Motor Company, where Fiats, Roamers, and Elgins were displayed and sold in a once regal showroom. Decades later, Astoban Investments has thoughtfully transformed the building into four finely crafted residences; each providing privacy, exclusivity, and a display of clean modern design in Philadelphia’s most vibrant neighborhood of West Rittenhouse.
The 4th Floor residence is a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom spanning approximately 3,106 square feet. Through a private key-locked elevator, you enter your very own vestibule, the perfect modern-day mudroom that can house an assortment of personal belongings before entering the actual home.
The living area is set in the front with over-sized windows that face south over-looking the City’s skyline and flood the room with plenty of natural sunlight all day long. The sheer size of the living area is impressive with nearly 35 feet of frontage and 10-foot ceilings allowing for a very flexible floor plan and entertainer’s dream.
The kitchen is the hallmark of the home; finished with Scavolini cabinetry and shelving, Sub-Zero refrigerator, wine fridge, Wolf range, microwave, and coffee machine. The dining area is alongside a 10-foot Calacatta quartz counter-top island with plenty of space on either side of the dining table to accommodate multiple seating areas and shared moments. Off the kitchen is a 137 square foot terrace to gaze at the stars and enjoy a breath of fresh air.
The master bedroom features a custom-built and self-illuminating Pianca closet system and tastefully designed five-fixture master bath. Appointed with Porcelanosa tile, radiant heat flooring, steam shower, and waterfall showerhead this bathroom is as luxurious as it is functional. Two additional bedrooms are down the hall in the rear of the home and each have en-suite bathrooms. Also, in the rear of the home is a laundry room with side by side washer and dryer and a utility sink.
Each room is uniquely defined with recessed ceilings, an abundance of LED lighting, and wide plank hardwood flooring. 2207 Chestnut has a butterfly intercom system, on-site indoor parking, and storage room access. This unit will be delivered with a 10-year tax abatement in place. The cost of the parking space is $100,000.