House vs. House: Rittenhouse Square Neighbors Edition

Where would you rather move into?

All TREND images via Redfin

All TREND images via Redfin

So they’re not technically on the same street, but given that you can get to 1725 Lombard from Addison Street (it’s part of Addison Mews so an easement allows for this), not to mention they’re almost back-to-back location, we think it’s safe to deem these two neighbors. Here’s what each has to offer:

1725 Lombard is in possession of a three-story stairwell with a skylight, landscaped brick patio, and renovated kitchen with mahogany cabinets, granite tops, and stainless steel appliances. Its open floor plan living area comes with a working fireplace and there are two rooms with a refurbished bathroom on the second floor. The third level contains two more rooms, one of which is the master suite with a brand new custom-designed bathroom (it has a walk-in shower and radian heat flooring). A full basement is also available.

1737 Addison comes with parking and many of its original features have been refinished, including its original random-width hardwood floors. Then, like the Lombard home, it has outside rear access from its lower level where there’s a guest bedroom and office/den area (a wood-burning fireplace is here too). The dining room has deck access (and a second fireplace) and another office is on the third floor, along with a laundry area and master bedroom with skylight, wall of energy-efficient windows, and newer bathroom. A custom-built wine storage area is on the main floor.

Check out the specs and photos of each below, and let us know which you prefer in the comments!



THE FINE PRINT
Listing: 1725 Lombard [Kurfiss Southeby’s International Realty]
Beds: 4
Baths: 2 full, 1 half
Square feet: 1,887
Price: $738,000

 



THE FINE PRINT
Listing: 1737 Addison [BHHS Fox & Roach-CC Walnut]
Beds: 3
Baths: 2 full, 1 half
Square feet: 1,440
Price: $750,000

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