Spectacular Ceilings in Anglecot Condo

The Eyre mansion has become a desirable multifamily dwelling.

TREND photo courtesy Fox & Roach.

TREND photo courtesy Fox & Roach.

Built in 1883 by Wilson Eyre Jr. (you know him from the Penn Museum and the Swan Memorial Fountain), Anglecot was once a grand single family home. It’s now a grand multi-family dwelling that has been carved into nine very distinct condominiums. Unit B sold last fall. Now Unit D is on the market.

The condo is stretched over three floors of the mansion. It includes three beds and three full baths as well as a powder room. Ceilings on the main living floor are jaw-dropping, likely because what is now the living and dining area was once the ballroom in the original Anglecot configuration. The downstairs also includes two tiled fireplaces and a wall of built-in bookshelves. The galley kitchen features one of two skylights (the other is on the third floor in the studio). The master suite is accessible by a spiral staircase and includes a dressing room, sitting area and Juliet balcony.

The unit has private access to a rooftop deck in addition to the rest of the common (and uncommonly landscaped) outdoor spaces. There is also garage parking included.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 3
Baths: 3.5
Square feet: 2,454
Price: $560,000




TREND photos courtesy Fox & Roach.
Listing: 405 E. Evergreen Ave. Unit D, Philadelphia, PA 19118

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