An impressive full-floor condominium located at the Barwil on Tchoupitoulas Street just hit the market. Its 130-year old structure, now a mixed-use condominium, was once used as a candy and elixirs warehouse. This fifth-floor unit is the only residential unit for sale in this building, and it’s asking $2.15 million.
A local developer restored this five-story complex over a ten year period, and recently finished building out the fifth floor, where you’ll find this massive unit. Spanning the entire fifth floor, this home has an open floorplan and a 72-foot deep main hall. We’re appreciate its satisfying combination of pendant and recessed lighting, soaring ceilings, white oak floors, and reclaimed 19th-century industrial beams and columns. It also has motorized windows.
Its airy kitchen, has black stainless steel appliances, a sizable pantry, and island. You’ll also find a floor-to-ceiling, 140-bottle wine riddling wall and a bar with floating shelves.
At 3,155 square feet, this penthouse has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. All of its bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms.
One of our favorite parts of this home is its 745-square-foot outdoor terrace.
- 307 Tchoupitoulas Street Penthouse 500 [The Barwil]