On The Market: Four Listings That Get Fancy on Delancey Street

Here's a roundup of homes that sum up the lush life on Philly’s premier street.

Welcome to On The Market, a feature where we take you out on a quick stroll around the area to check in on some of the hottest properties currently listed for sale. Today’s trip takes us to four incredible homes on Delancey Street.

1832 Delancey Street

The 1800 block of Delancey is lined with tony homes, and the amenity list at 1832 certainly helps it live up to its lofty address. Highlights include soaring 12-foot ceilings, six working fireplaces, a 750-bottle climate-controlled wine room, a two-car heated garage, and a downright gawk-worthy leaded glass skylight above the staircase. View the jaw-dropping gallery here.

Beds: 6
Baths: 4/2
Square Feet: 5,515
Price: $3,195,000

  • BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City, Rittenhouse Hotel [Link]

Like what you see? That’s just the beginning. Check out three more homes after the jump.

1700 Delancey Street

Theatergoers will be pleased to know that this newly renovated corner unit shares the block with the Plays and Players Theater, a cultural gem located just a few doors west.

The home itself has undergone a renovation by Kostas Macos and boasts red oak hardwood floors throughout, a custom kitchen with marble counters, and a luxurious master suite.

Beds: 3
Baths: 2/1
Square Feet: 2,640
Price: $1,294,900

  • Elfant Wissahickon-Rittenhouse Square [Link]

1827 Delancey Street

A previous pick as our City House of the Week, this home furthers the mystique of what life is like on Delancey Street with its bowed facade — a true standout that instantly commands attention. Inside, a six-stop elevator provides ease of access to every floor, including the roof deck, which features slate floors, gas hookups for grilling and a terraced waterfall.

Beds: 4
Baths: 4/2
Square Feet: 5,936
Price: $3,350,000

  • BHHS Fox & Roach, Narberth [Link]

507 Delancey Street

Though it doesn’t quite span river to river, Delancey is dotted with dream homes on either side of Broad Street.

This classic corner townhome in Society Hill is listed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places and features beautiful wood floors, updated bathrooms, and a cook’s kitchen that opens to a terraced patio with a koi pond. There’s also access to private gated parking on Cypress Street.

Impressed? You’re not the only one. Redfin lists this beautiful home as a pending sale.

Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Square Feet: 3,141
Price: $1,197,000

  • BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City, Society Hill [Link]

Photos by Herb Englesberg; Dave Ocenas; Drew Callaghan; Gary Schempp

The original version of this story appeared in the October 2015 issue of Philadelphia magazine.