Type: Residential - Condo
Welcome to The Residences at Steeple View. - a fabulous opportunity to work with a blank slate to create a one of a kind custom residence. Step off the elevator to the professionally decorated third floor lobby. Open the door to unit 3A and take in the generous 11 by 12 foot foyer with coffered ceiling. Beyond the foyer is the impressive north facing 21 by 30 foot great room with 15 foot ceilings, french doors, expansive windows and wet bar, discreetly placed computer closet. A gourmet's delight kitchen is open to this magnificent space. His and her baths, dual walk-in closets and windows overlooking the spacious terrace makes the main bedroom feel like a luxurious spa retreat. A second bedroom/study has an en-suite bath. A 30 foot terrace provides space for outdoor dining, relaxing and even a little urban farming! Multiple closets and a separate laundry/utility room and computer closet provide a place for everything. Constructed of steel, glass and brick, with radiant floor heat, commercial windows, extensive sound proofing, and fully sprinklered, this condominium is of the type found in center city high rises and is new to this marketplace. Interior pictures are of MODEL HOME. Units can be customized, including the addition of gas fireplaces. The Residences of 202 South State Street are in the heart of Newtown Borough's Nationally Registered Historic District. The Residences are a part of the larger Steeple View real estate development, a nine acre parcel dedicated to the creation of a complex compatible with the Borough's historic character. Steps away from Athleta, Starbucks, Blue Mercury, J McLaughlin, Newtown Library and Newtown Historic Association, numerous fine restaurants and services, The Residences provide the walkability and vibrancy of city living in a historic suburban setting. Located 3 miles from 95 (now rebranded as 295), the Borough is 40 minutes from Philadelphia, 90 minutes from Manhattan, and 20 minutes from Princeton. Winner of the "Design Excellence, Large Project Award" from Bucks chapter of AIA.