One would imagine that a fully stocked 500-bottle wine cooler in the basement would already make for a pretty Zen-like existence. But just in case you need a little more encouragement toward mindfulness, this Cecil Baker-designed Society Hill townhome offers both. Plus, there’s two-car garage parking to really ensure you never feel stressed trying to find a space in Society Hill.
Renovated in 2011, the corner property boasts natural light everywhere. In addition to the indoor-outdoor living space (more on that in a minute), there are windows on three sides of the home and a central light column. The first floor features a gourmet kitchen with the typical luxury finishes (a Viking stove, corian counter, cherry cabinetry). A-typical luxury finishes include two (two!) Asko dishwashers and a Kitchen Aide trash compactor. Off the kitchen and dining space is a living room with a wall of Nananwall doors that open to the Zen courtyard. That space boasts Brazilian Ipe wood and Mexican river stones along with a custom stainless steel waterfall. For entertaining, the space also features a built-in gas grill and a Bose surround system. Read more »