Chandler Place Condominium in Rittenhouse Square, Center City, Philadelphia. Built in 1903-1904 by the famed architect Theophilus Parsons Chandler for the Bishop Alexander Makay-Smith, Episcopalian Diocese of Pennsylvania. Chandler Place is considered among the most gracious of the Rittenhouse Square area mansions of the twentieth century. The Town-home was creatively converted to 10 luxury condominiums in the late 1980s. Residence A is one of the grandest units completed. Chandler Place Condominium was meticulously restored architectural elements and preservation of the generous interior space highlight this unique property. With the additions of a new kitchen and baths this home offers the ultimate in period luxury with the amenities for today’s contemporary lifestyle. Chandler Place Condominium is an elegant enclave in the heart of Center City. Deeded parking available in some Chandler Place Condominium homes.
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