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Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia County Rental 4 Bed 3 Baths
Experience CITY SERENITY AT HOME! Newly renovated apartments offering preserved original architectural details, including built-in cabinets, fireplaces & rounded archways. Kitchens incl. Granite Countertops w/ Stainless Steel Appliances & most units offer in unit washer/dryers & over-sized closets. Recently added amenities incl. new PELETON Exercise Bikes, Out-Door pool & LUXER One Mail Room. Spacious floor plans & unmatched Elevation provide units w/ an abundance of natural light & Picturesque Views. The Kenilworth Building sits on the western side of Alden Park, closest to Wissahickon Valley Park and surrounded by nature. Pet-friendly studio, 1, 2, & 4 BR units to choose from. It's easy to immerse yourself in nature with many access points to the Wissahickon Trails, Forbidden Drive & McMichael Park. When the culture of the city calls you're just minutes away. From the Chestnut Hill East/West Lines & Manayunk/Norristown Line, SEPTA Regional Rail offers a 21-min ride to 30th St Station & a 30-min lift to Center City. Accessible to Bus Routes J, K, XH, 26, 53 & 65. Close to Germantown & Phila. Cricket Clubs. A short walk to William Penn Charter & Phila. University. Surrounded by great neighborhoods such as Germantown, Chestnut Hill, Mt. Airy, Manayunk & Roxborough; So much is at your disposal! * 5-min walk to Wissahickon Valley Park * 7-min drive to Fairmount Park/City Ave * 8-min drive to Phila. Museum of Art *10-15 min to anywhere on the Maineline * Just 25-Min to King of Prussia/Plymouth Meeting Malls & Phila. Int'l Airport. East Falls is a hidden gem. Childhood home of Academy Award winning actress, Princess Grace Kelly. Her father, John B. Kelly, Sr., 3X Olympic gold medal winner for rowing; & John B. Kelly, Jr., also known as "Kell," best known for winning the 1947 Henley Regatta, is why Kelly Drive has its name! Former Phila. Mayor & Governor of PA, Ed Rendell, is a resident & big fan too! Designed by Edwin Rorke & developed by Lawrence E. Jones, Alden Park was built in the style of Jacobean & Stuart architecture of 17th century England. The 38 acres was formerly the Strawbridge estate, home of Justus C. Strawbridge, creator of Strawbridge's department store. Over the years, Alden Park was home to numerous families & long-term residents, especially those of prominent status - such as Richardson Dilworth Jr. & the Kelly family. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 & the Phila. Register in 1981.
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