Cliff Lee Selling Incredible Philadelphia Condo For $6.9M (Photos)


Cliff Lee condoCliff Lee is at a crossroads in his career.

The Philadelphia Phillies ace is on the 60-day disabled list and might need season-ending elbow surgery. It also happens to be the final guaranteed season of his five-year, $120 million contract. And while the 36-year-old hasn’t said much about retiring, he might have given Major League Baseball fans a hint by putting his $6.9 million Philadelphia condo on the market.

Lee’s condo is like nothing you’ve ever seen before, either. According to, when the building, 1706 Rittenhouse Square, was built in 2010, its 31st-floor penthouse set a Philly record as the most expensive private residence in the city by selling for $12 million. And while Lee’s abode isn’t on the top floor, it certainly gets the job done.

First of all, the apartment comes with a $94,000-plus Mercedes-Benz S550 and a chauffeur. But no worries if you already own a car, as it also includes two automated underground parking spaces housed in a garage that summons your car via elevator at the touch of a button.

That same button, which comes in the form of a key fob, allows you to be the only person who can take the condo’s elevator to your floor. That’s right; you get your own floor.

Once you get to the 4,166-square-foot, 20th-floor palace, you’re greeted by stunning views of the City of Brotherly Love. And the building has everything you ever need, boasting a gym, game room, garden and 24-hour concierge.

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