The 5 Most Expensive Homes Across Philadelphia

The 5 Most Expensive Homes Across Philadelphia

January 30, 2020 by Leah Campano

Grand mansions, contemporary condos, historic addresses: Here are the five priciest homes on the market right now.

Suburban Stunner
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Listing agent Lavinia Smerconish’s 1520 Monk Road boasts dramatic features with four-centered arches and stone accents throughout. Additional interior details include handhewn hardwood floors, coffered paneling and cathedral ceilings. The Gladwyne address also has a wine cellar, indoor pool and gym. $7.9 million, laviniasmerconish.com

Spring Fever

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A winding driveway opens into the spacious courtyard and front entrance at this seven- bedroom, eight full- and four half-bath Villanova home. Listed by Robin Gordon, 733 N. Spring Mill Road houses a billiards room, fitness center and private movie theater. $9.9 million, robingordon.com

Cool Comfort

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Spacious living is not compromised at 1706 Rittenhouse Square. Listed by Realtor Laurie Phillips, homeowners will enjoy the full 22nd-floor residence, complete with four bedrooms, three full- and one half-bath over 4,160 square feet. Two balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows offer unparalleled, 360-degree city views. $6.15 million, lauriephillips.com

Estate of Mind

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A former piece of the Ardrossan Estate sprawls over 17 acres at 770 Godfrey Road, listed by Realtor Lisa Weber Yakulis. Constructed in exquisite English-style stone, the Villanova compound is comprised of a grand main residence, cozy guest home, entertainment-equipped barn and tennis court. $14.7 million, lisaweberyakulis.com

Delancey Digs

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This five-bedroom, five full- and three half-bath townhome, listed by Realtor Jordan Wiener, is situated on one of the most sought-after streets in Society Hill. Step into 328-330 Delancey St.’s palatial foyer and ascend the stainless steel-railed staircase up three floors, right to the rooftop swimming pool. $5.9 million, jordanwiener.com













The 5 Most Expensive Homes Across Philadelphia

January 30, 2020 by Leah Campano

Grand mansions, contemporary condos, historic addresses: Here are the five priciest homes on the market right now.

Suburban Stunner
suburbanstunner.jpg

Listing agent Lavinia Smerconish’s 1520 Monk Road boasts dramatic features with four-centered arches and stone accents throughout. Additional interior details include handhewn hardwood floors, coffered paneling and cathedral ceilings. The Gladwyne address also has a wine cellar, indoor pool and gym. $7.9 million, laviniasmerconish.com

Spring Fever

springfever.jpg

A winding driveway opens into the spacious courtyard and front entrance at this seven- bedroom, eight full- and four half-bath Villanova home. Listed by Robin Gordon, 733 N. Spring Mill Road houses a billiards room, fitness center and private movie theater. $9.9 million, robingordon.com

Cool Comfort

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Spacious living is not compromised at 1706 Rittenhouse Square. Listed by Realtor Laurie Phillips, homeowners will enjoy the full 22nd-floor residence, complete with four bedrooms, three full- and one half-bath over 4,160 square feet. Two balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows offer unparalleled, 360-degree city views. $6.15 million, lauriephillips.com

Estate of Mind

estateofmind.jpg

A former piece of the Ardrossan Estate sprawls over 17 acres at 770 Godfrey Road, listed by Realtor Lisa Weber Yakulis. Constructed in exquisite English-style stone, the Villanova compound is comprised of a grand main residence, cozy guest home, entertainment-equipped barn and tennis court. $14.7 million, lisaweberyakulis.com

Delancey Digs

delanceydigs.jpg

This five-bedroom, five full- and three half-bath townhome, listed by Realtor Jordan Wiener, is situated on one of the most sought-after streets in Society Hill. Step into 328-330 Delancey St.’s palatial foyer and ascend the stainless steel-railed staircase up three floors, right to the rooftop swimming pool. $5.9 million, jordanwiener.com