Society Hill's "Bouvier Mansion" is a One-of-a-Kind Modern Masterpiece of Architecture! Distinguished by its sleek and modern interiors, this impressive Townhouse was built in 1850 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' Great-great-great-grandfather, Michel Bouvier. The Bouvier Family resided in this spacious home for much of the late 19th Century. The beautifully renovated space offers over 7,000 sq. ft. of incredible proportions and unsurpassed luxury. The generous scale of the home is warm and welcoming while the historically significant architectural grandeur remains very much intact due to the masterful renovation. The first floor entry foyer welcomes you to a grand open living room and dining room with a fireplace spanning 20'X44' with soaring 12'8'' high ceilings. The dining room has double French doors leading to an outdoor terrace. Also situated on the first floor is a beautifully customized eat-in kitchen with ample refined cabinetry and the finest appliances. Double French doors open to a private landscaped garden with a gas grille just off of the kitchen. On the second floor is the gracious master suite with excellent closet space. The luxurious master bath is finished with a spacious glass-enclosed shower/steam room and a large Japanese soaking tub. Across from the master suite is a spacious open family room and library finished with built in cabinetry. The third floor has three bedroom suites. The top floor has an additional bedroom suite with magnificent river views. On the lower level there is a gym, sauna, laundry room, large cedar closet, generous storage space, and an additional bedroom suite with a separate entrance from the street.