Jawdropper of the Week: Work Meets Home in Rittenhouse for $2.975M

This mansion takes working from home to the next level. It’s back on the market at a reduced price.

19xx Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 | TREND images via BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors

This gorgeous home takes the age old adage “work hard, play hard” very seriously. The estate is essentially split into two separate spaces. One is outfitted for a fully functioning office and top-notch work environment. The other is a luxurious pad with all the amenities. This space is perfect for someone searching for an office close to home (it’s very close), an entrepreneur or business owner.

And it’s now available for less than the $3.2 million asking price when it was last on the market a little over a year ago.

Let’s start by breaking down the work space. Renovated in 2014, the professional office space is detailed and exquisite. It contains a reception area, conference room, private offices and open work space for collaborations. You will work comfortably. The digs have 10 to 15-foot ceilings, molding, leaded glass, two kitchenettes, an efficient storage system and extra space in the basement for business purposes.

The residential area is spectacular. The home provides a spacious living room and dining room. A roof deck can be accessed via the living room. The kitchen is outfitted with top appliances–making entertaining a breeze. The family room is nicely finished with exposed brick. Gorgeous light fixtures and molding are found throughout the home.

Plus, the location is prime. The home is one block from Rittenhouse Square. There is no need to worry about parking — the home is equipped with a garage.

Are you in the market to take your work home with you? If so, this is your perfect living arrangement.

THE FINE PRINT

BEDS: 5

BATHS: 3 full in the residence, 2 half in the office

SQUARE FEET: 7,420

SALE PRICE: $2,975,000



19xx Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 [Jeff City Block | BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors]

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