If you're going to gawk at tony real estate and luxury finishes, you might as well go to the top of the list. These three properties are the most expensive listings on the Philadelphia market as of July 20.

411 Pine St. 
Monthly taxes: $1,196
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom Society Hill home includes deeded parking as well as a flexible floor plan allowing for an entirely separate in-law suite. We love the kitchen, which includes Thermador appliances, a farmhouse sink with pot filler and an oversized wine refrigerator. The master suite also features a walk-in closet and a marble en-suite bath.

1414 S. Penn Square #6BC
Monthly taxes: unavailable
Tell me all about it: All Ritz Carlton residents get access to luxury amenities including 24/7 concierge chauffeur service (owners can choose from the Bentley or the Escalade) and a private residents' lounge. But owners of this sixth-floor unit will also get to boast about their custom snakeskin wall treatments, granite floors throughout, and other high-end finishes (like Italian imported tile everywhere). The master suite includes dual en-suite baths with custom stone walls. The unit's crown jewel is the glass-railing balcony with views of Dilworth Plaza and City Hall.

1820 Rittenhouse Square #301
Monthly taxes: $1,770
Tell me all about it: This 3,200-square-foot condo on Rittenhouse Square is one of just 26 units in the building. We love the master suite, which features a mirrored dressing room full of custom closets and an en-suite marble bath with whirlpool tub and a private office. The unit also boasts a modern kitchen and a spacious dining room. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and kitchen offer rare and leafy views of the park.