On the Market: Restored Corner Mansion on Delancey Going for $4.75 Million

It's made a cameo on Outlaw.

TREND photos via Zillow.com

TREND photos via Zillow.com

Hand-crafted finishes, six original fireplaces…you wouldn’t know it because, as far as we can tell, the folks over at Lily Development seem to have done a mighty fine job restoring this magnificent residence to its original grandeur, but the property–a Second Empire construction built by Frank Furness protégés–actually had a forty-year stint as an apartment building!

Its must-sees include a spiral walnut staircase with skylight, four-passenger elevator that makes stops on all of its floors, and a 900-square-foot roof terrace over the 3-car heated garage. It’s also within walking distance to Fitler Square and boasts an exquisite kitchen that we deemed one of the best for Thanksgiving in Center City about a year ago.

Additional details:

  • Walnut pocket doors
  • Inlaid floors
  • Wainscoting and plaster molding
  • 14-foot ceilings on first and second levels
  • Study/den, media room, laundry room, office
  • Made a cameo on Outlaw
  • All new plumbing

Beds: 5
Baths: 5.5
Square feet: 8,500
Price: $4.75 million

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Listing: 2036 Delancey St, Philadelphia, PA, 19103 [Plumer & Associates]