Phillies Cliff Lee Lists $6.9M Rittenhouse Condo

Injured Phillies favorite Cliff Lee has put his multi-million Rittenhouse Square condo on the market. Take a look inside the three-bedroom, three-bathroom 4,166-square-foot high-rise condominium.

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Phillies fan favorite Cliff Lee has called a condominium high above Rittenhouse Square his home but with his Phillies career nearing an end, the left-handed put the 4,166-square-foot unit on the market for $6.9 million.
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Lee's full-floor condo sits inside the luxury 1706 Rittenhouse Building in Center City Philadelphia.
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BHHS Fox & Roach gave NBC10 a look inside Lee's posh home the day after the Phillies pitcher listed the "ravishing" condo for $6.9 million.
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What does $6.9 million get you? Try more than 4,100 square feet and 360-degree views of the City of Brotherly Love.
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While Lee tries to come back from a career-threatening arm injury, he can look out on this amazing view of Center City.
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And this view of historic Franklin Field in University City.
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The open floor plan leaves windows in nearly every room, including the sun-drenched "den."
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This condo boosts three bedrooms -- this one large enough to include a couch and chairs.
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Besides the views, the condo also includes 24/7 concierge service, an indoor pool, garden, chauffeur-driven luxury car and <a href="http://www.1706rittenhouse.com/amenities/parking.php"an automated underground parking system that brings your car to you as you leave the elevator.
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Look at the size of the mirror in this luxurious bathroom -- one of three full bathrooms in the condo.
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The home is big enough to include walk-in closets and tucked-away seating areas.
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Even the smaller bedrooms feature plenty of natural light.
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Even the secondary bedrooms are still at least 180-square feet.
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And views like this...
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... while still having room for dressers.
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How great would it be to eat in this gourmet kitchen?
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How can do you get work done at this desk with a high-rise view?
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The home features 9-plus-foot ceilings.
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And don't feel bad for Lee and his wife, they bought the unit for just under $5 million after he returned to the Phillies in January 2011 on a five-year $107.5-million contract.
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