Sneak a Peek at the “Beloved” Philly Mansion

Prepare to be mesmerized while peeking inside this famous Philly Mansion where the movie "Beloved" starring Oprah Winfrey was filmed.

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The "Beloved" mansion is rich with history and each room tells a story. In this gorgeous living room the beautifully painted wall gives way to the 12-inch hand-painted ceiling and the gorgeous crystal chandelier. Some other features of the home include a personal elevator, a four car garage plus gated parking, programmed lighting, a state of the art security system and kitchen appliances rendered in classical style. It's located on the 800 block of Pine St. The asking price? Just under $6 million.
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The spacious dining room boasts beautiful wood beams and is the perfect space for entertaining (many) dinner guests.
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The mansion has an 18-foot granite bar counter for informal dining and the floors are 6-inch hand scraped white Russian oak.
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In this kitchen you can enjoy a commercial grade refrigerator, two ovens, one convection oven/microwave, a commercial grade range complete with hood, two dishwashers, a wine bar and two sinks.
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Most of the master bath is made with imported Italian Carerra marble. The master bathroom also has a crystal chandelier, frameless glass shower for two, a tub next to the bay window overlooking the English garden and a water closet with a bidet and pocket doors.
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The ballroom on the second floor overlooks the Pennsylvania Hospital gardens. The room showcases the exquisite rococo ceiling made with restored gilded plaster molding, the crystal chandeliers and the gleaming in-laid walnut hardwood floors.
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Check out this view from the rooftop.
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The roof deck off the third floor in the in-law suite features a gas hook-up for grilling, a water spigot and electric for lighting. The deck is made of a Trex material that has a lifetime warranty.
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The roof deck view from the opposite side.
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The mansion has its own 24 x 100 feet of landscaped English garden.
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It also has a 150-year-old Magnolia tree and carefully placed lighting to enchant your evenings.
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