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Cathedral-like Baronne Street residence asks $2.1M

The circa-1845 structure was completely gutted and renovated in 2014.

When CBD developer Dotan Bonen decided to create a new family home in 2014, nothing other than a complete transformation of a historic commercial space would do. Bonen bought a three-story brick structure built circa 1845. He partnered with architect Charles Neyrey of M2 Studios to convert the building into a 4,358-square-foot industrial-chic residence.

Bonen didn’t live there long, though. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom dwelling is on the market for $2,190,000. It sits in the Warehouse District at the intersection of Baronne and Julia streets, within walking distance of restaurants, bars, galleries, and parks.

Exposed reclaimed beams, lancet arched glass doors, hardwood floors, and 13-foot ceilings give the living area a rustic, cathedral-like feel. They open to a walled courtyard with a saltwater pool.

The second floor features a deep terrace overlooking Baronne Street, plus a large master suite with a walk-in closet and bathroom with a steam shower.

Its ample square footage also provides a two-car garage with plenty of storage space.

Via: Katherine Eshleman of McEnery Residential