On the Market: Tom Knox’s High-Floor Condo in Rittenhouse
Love Art Deco? Here's half a floor full of it for you to drool over.
The best Art Deco interiors of the 1930s have a certain swankiness to them that few spaces before or since that era can match.
So perhaps it’s no surprise that business magnate and 2007 mayoral candidate Tom Knox and his wife Linda chose that style to outfit the two combined units they bought in 2009 on the 46th floor of Two Liberty Place.
For as the pictures should make clear, this is one swanky residence. It has plenty of display cases to showcase your artworks, china and crystal. One such display space serves as the focal point of the spacious living room, upstaging the bioethanol fireplace.
It also has plenty of space to entertain in true Moderne style, both indoors and out – this condo comes with a 2,400-square-foot wraparound terrace with unparalleled views of the city.
It also has a full-service bar in the dining room, a 1,500-bottle wine room and a kitchen large enough to accommodate a caterer’s needs with ease.
(Of course, you can also use that kitchen to showcase your own culinary prowess.)
Its master suite is as spacious as the main living and entertaining spaces are. In addition to the bedroom, two dressing rooms, two huge walk-in closets and a sitting room, it too has access to that terrace.
Actually, you can access that terrace from every room in this spacious condo.
The building has plenty of luxurious amenities: a gym, an Endless pool, billiard and conference rooms, concierge service and use of a chauffeur-driven Town Car. Then there’s the nicest amenity of them all: everything Rittenhouse Square and Rittenhouse Row have to offer, just a short elevator ride down. That includes the R2L restaurant in this very building.
Talk about taking luxury living to the next level!
THE FINE PRINT
BATHS: 2 full, 2 half
SQUARE FEET: 5,550 (plus 2,400-square-foot terrace)
SALE PRICE: $11,500,000
OTHER STUFF: You and your guests may also enjoy valet parking for an additional fee. This condo for sale may be purchased with or without its furniture. The owner is a licensed Pennsylvania real estate agent.
50 S. 16th St. #4604, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 [Melanie Stecura | Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty]