A one-block walk from Independence Hall in Society Hill, Coca-Cola House's a brick-turreted, three-story rental that owes its existence to your dependence on not-Pepsi. Built for the owner of Coca-Cola, these soda-bubbled front windows obscure an interior modern amenities, a private English garden, and skywalks that'll keep you up naturally.
Marilyn says, "Drink Coke!".
The kitchen's lined with Bucks County Farmhouse cupboards, and opens up to a brick-floored dining room sporting two-story windows and a three-tier Murano chandelier, none of which impresses the chick in that painting.
The 'Turret Room' won't help you gun down anything, but it does feature an 18th C cobblestone floor, Alabaster windows, a fireplace, and a wet bar.
Upstairs rooms are linked by skywalks under the vaulted, skylit ceiling.
Three bedorooms have views of the Benjamin Franklin bridge and the private English garden...
...which isn't the only outdoor space. There's also a balcony and deck for grilling.