If you’d like to come home to a grand, circa-1850s Georgian-style mansion but don’t need to be troubled with a lot of space or upkeep, this condo might be right for you. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit sits on the second floor of the Garden District’s Warwick Manor building.
The former owners gutted and renovated the 1,645-square-foot abode, leaving only its kitchen floor intact. The rest of the home took on a clean, modern sensibility, with 14-foot ceilings and natural sea grass carpet serving as a muted backdrop for an extensive taxidermy collection.
Highlights of the kitchen include quartzite counters, Sub-Zero appliances, and a glass subway tile backsplash. The transom window is one of many that soak the condo in natural light.
The master bedroom features crown molding, embossed plaster wainscoting in a subtle, scale-like pattern, and a whimsical fish mural by artist Nic Valle.
The master bathroom features Carrera marble surfaces and a soaker tub in a muted palette.
However, the guest bathroom makes a bold statement, thanks to the glass enclosure shower’s green, white, and black tile work.
There’s also a serene side porch and designated parking for two cars.
This one-of-a-kind condo asks $810,000, and condo fees are $557/month.
Via: Joey Walker of Reve Realtors