Enjoy condo living at its finest at the Tivoli, one of the Art Museum area's most desirable luxury condominium communities. This super-stylish corner unit offers the space of a house with the convenience of condo living. With over 1,700 square feet of living space on a single level, timeless finishes, a private balcony and amenities like a 24-hour concierge, fitness room, playroom and community room/kitchen, as well as meticulously maintained grounds, you may never want to leave?and yes, the new mega Whole Foods delivers. Brand-new gunstock oak floors run throughout, and the fresh gray color palette gives the unit a modern feel while remaining neutral enough to complement any style. The open floorplan living area is wide and spacious, allowing multiple options for configuring furniture, but no matter the layout you'll be rewarded with lovely eastern views overlooking the park from the full corner of windows and private balcony. The U-shaped kitchen features black granite countertops, maple Shaker-style cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, including a slide-in GE Profile range and Samsung refrigerator, and a generous pantry. At the far end of the unit is the master bedroom with three large closets and en-suite bathroom with dual vanity, walk-in shower and separate soaking tub with travertine tile surround. There's another large bedroom at the opposite end of the unit, with two deep closets and en-suite bath with Shaker-style wood vanity and subway tile tub surround. The third nicely sized bedroom is in the middle and accesses the hall bath with floating Svane vanity and classic subway tile tub surround. There's also a convenient laundry closet with full-size washer and dryer. Enjoy the building's community greenspace or the newly redone Matthias Baldwin Park across the street, and of course Fairmount Park is just a few blocks away. The best of the Art Museum area is just beyond the lobby: the newly opened TargetExpress, Pizzeria Vetri, Kite & Key, Sabrina's, Buena Onda, the Central Library, Kelly Drive and of course all the art you can handle, with the Barnes Foundation, the Rodin Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art lining the Parkway.