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Beautiful Use of Silestone in Philadelphia

Check out the Rittenhouse Hotel… this is the best Philadelphia has to offer. The exquisite residence offers 3500+- square feet of the most impeccable and tasteful finishes like Silestone countertops that are coupled with spectacular views. Every window overlooks Rittenhouse Square providing incredible natural light all day long.

IN a 2-year renovation executed by Alfred and Concetta Dragani – DMAS Architects, the entire residence was rewired and reworked to accommodate the best of modern technology and finishes. Timeless midcentury modern finishes throughout including custom floating cabinetry, clean lines, muted tones, beautiful natural materials coupled with graphic shapes, and vibrant color accents. This property has been featured in various European and American publications and honored with several awards including most recently the AIA award for excellence.

Silestone Countertops Featured

This home features one of the nicest Poggenpohl kitchens with a mixture of white lacquer cabinetry and glass along with a custom kitchen island with gorgeous Silestone countertops.

Custom Designer Finishes

The residence also features tailored millwork including all doors, hand plastered interior walls with Reglet trim detail and reveal instead of baseboards, hand plastered ceilings to achieve maximum height in all areas, stunning large-format Italian porcelain floors, full slabs of travertine, quartz, and other natural stone throughout.

Rooms and Rooms

Main Suite with Sitting Room and both HIS and HER Offices, His & Her closets, and baths including Her master bath with a sumptuous soaking tub and porcelain tile. The luxurious guest bedroom bath features Calcutta Gold marble slabs, a walk-in shower, and beautiful floating vanity. Other top-of-the-line finishes include Duravit plumbing fixtures, vanities and mirrors, 4 new A/C 4 units, a new sprinkler system, custom electric shades, custom Audio Visual, a custom lighting package, and incredible California Closets.

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