Three suburban Philadelphia homes with impressive wet bars
These three homes — with wet bars to suit any occasion — provide a step up from everyone else’s bar cart or kitchen counter.
Chilly weather, rain (or snow!) and the at-home entertaining season are in full effect. What better asset to have in-house than your very own wet bar? These three homes — with wet bars to suit any occasion — provide a step up from everyone else’s bar cart or kitchen counter.
Monthly taxes: $3,665
Tell me all about it: We love “La Colline,” the five-bedroom Rose Valley estate built in 2009. The property boasts three separate private bar features: a beautiful wooden bar on its lower level (adjacent to the wine cellar, gym and sauna), the master suite with its private wine refrigerator, and the third-floor party room with a wet bar. The home also includes a private elevator and a beautiful marble patio outside.
Monthly taxes: $2,084
Tell me all about it: This custom, five-bedroom home boasts Brazilian hardwood floors and a a gourmet kitchen. The family room’s wet bar features a full-service bar with a professional ice maker along with a wine refrigerator. The home also includes a full wine cellar, home gym and private theater. Bonus: the garage includes an electric car hook-up.
Monthly taxes: $1,378
Tell me all about it: We love the wet bar tucked into the family room in this four-bedroom house. The custom element is one of several luxury touches in the house, including a new kitchen with high-end appliances and a first-floor master suite with Carrera marble bath. Outside, a slate patio boasts a built-in hot tub and views of the area.