In 2006, 1522 PINE STREET WAS COMPLETELY UPGRADED with all new utility services and some modified room utilizations while preserving most of the original floor plans, arches, mantels, moldings, first floor doors and other historically significant features from the 1840s Victorian period. THE FIRST FLOOR FRONT SUITE IS designed for professional office and business uses. THIS GRAND CONFERENCE ROOM /OFFICE(a must see!) retains all the original lavish appointments from the original 1846 single-family formal living room. The office IS SEPARATELY METERED for gas and electric utilities, with gas heat, central A/C and hot water paid by the tenant! The south side of 1500 Pine Street was designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, Thomas Ustick Walter, whose notable achievements include Philadelphia City Hall, Girard College Founders Hall, and the Dome of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C, and who was a founding member of the American Institute of Architects. 1522 PINE STREET, situated on the south side of the 1500 block of Pine Street, reflects the character of the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, the only continually successful fashionable urban neighborhood in Philadelphia's history and notable for the caliber of its architectural features. Photos display the streetfrontage-building entrance, entrance foyer, entry hall, shared powder room and the private office area.The photos of the office show both the appearance fully furnished by the former occupant and photosof the unfurnished area. There are windows facing both North and South. The ceilings are 12'+/-high.The original doors, floors, crown moldings, ceiling electric (no longer gas) light fixture and marble fireplace hearth/mantel are in tact.
|Listing Type||For Sale|
|Days On Site||14|