Terrace Homebuilders - 54 Phila Street Condominiums
54 Phila Street Condominiums
37 Henry Street Unit 303
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
2,925 sq. ft. Interior, 364 sq. ft. exterior terrace space
Modern living meets classic charm in this intimate boutique building located in the heart of downtown Saratoga Springs. Steps away from historic Congress Park, 54 Phila Street offers six distinctive condominiums. The 3-bedroom, 3-bath Showcase home features an open living/dining area with spectacular views, an opulent master suite, two covered terraces, a home office, theater/entertainment room, separate on-floor storage and enclosed on-site parking.
Interesting features of this model:
- Hickory hardwood flooring
- Custom built hardwood cabinetry
- Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances
- Mendota gas fireplace
- Soapstone or Granite kitchen countertops
- Marble bathroom countertops and floors
- Kohler Master Shower
- Built-in sound system
About Terrace Homebuilders :
A capital Region native and Siena college graduate, Scot Trifilo founded Terrace Homebuilders in 1987. Since then he has been dedicated to building superior homes with simple timeless principles and a meticulous attention to detail.
Custom homebuilding is about partnership and attentive communication. We provide unparalleled personal service and sustained satisfaction. We want our clients to have a pleasurable and satisfying experience while we offer superb quality with excellent value. We offer individualized attention to every client.
Homesites are available from the Capital District to the Lake George region, or let us build your dream home on your own private homesite.
Realtor: Select Sotheby's International Realty with MaryLou Pinckney
Landscaping: New Dimensions Outdoor Services
Lead Interior Design: Blairhouse Interiors Group
Kitchen Design: Zarillo's Custom Design Kitchens
Terrace Homebuilders | (518) 857-9000
Directions to 37 Henry Street:
From I-87, exit 14 turn right onto Route 9P/Union Ave. Continue to end, turn right onto Circular Street. Take first left onto Spring Street, then first right onto Henry Street.