Sitting upon the highest floors of a boutique condominium building, this designer three bedroom, three bathroom residence is right in the middle of Fishtown, Northern Liberties, and South Kensington! Complete with an oversized private rooftop deck, high-end finishes, and graciously sized rooms throughout, this bi-level home is truly worth seeing Enter into an open-concept great room showcasing oak hardwood floors and a wall of east-facing windows. Spacious living and dining areas overlook a chef’s kitchen boasting 41” sleek wood cabinetry, quartz countertops, beautiful tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas cooktop. There is a nearby coat closet and pantry for added storage. Concluding the main level, you’ll find a generously sized guest bedroom/home office with a walk-in closet and an En-Suite bathroom featuring porcelain tilework and a modern single vanity. The second floor leads to your sun-soaked primary suite. With a walk-in closet with Elfa shelving, recessed lighting, large windows, and an En-Suite bath with a contemporary dual vanity and seamless stall shower, this bedroom is perfect for escaping each evening. Moreover, the third bedroom enjoys its own walk-in closet with Elfa shelving and an En-Suite bath with a seamless stall shower. There is also a second level laundry room with a washer, dryer, and linen closet. Spanning the entire width and length of the building, you’ll find an expansive rooftop deck that’s all your own, boasting city views from all directions and a pet-friendly turf area. Whether hosting friends and family to watch fireworks on the 4th of July or kicking back to relax with a good book, you’ll never grow tired of this outdoor spot. Residents enjoy living steps away from some of the best restaurants, bars, and shops of the city. Neighborhood favorites (and nationally recognized spots) include Laser Wolf, Reanimator, Pizzeria Beddia, the flagship La Colombe, Front Street Cafe, Suraya, Liberty Kitchen, Frankford Hall, Philly Style Bagels, Café La Maude, and more. Walk down Second Street or up Frankford Avenue to explore and enjoy all that the neighborhood has to offer, including plant shops, vintage boutiques, beer and wine vendors, and abundant fitness studios and gyms. There’s a grocery store less than a block away, and the SEPTA Market-Frankford line is just a five minute walk, so you can be in Center City in no time at all… as if you’ll ever want to leave!