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Luxe yet minimal, this circa-1856 Esplanade Avenue condo has a balcony with leafy views

A modern floor plan meets original elements in a beautiful renovation

Photos courtesy Jennifer Nierman and Elizabeth McNulty of Gardner Realtors

Built in 1856, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo on Esplanade Avenue is a project by Scheffy Construction and Chandelier Development, and it bears many of their hallmark touches: an all-white palette, an open floor plan, high-end finishes, and antique elements. The overall effect is luxe yet minimal. Original wood floors, windows, and mantels tether the freshly renovated French Quarter home to its past.

In the kitchen, find marble countertops and a marble waterfall island. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a Tiffany chandelier soak the living area in light. The living area opens to a deep, covered gallery that overlooks Esplanade Avenue’s oak-shaded neutral ground.

The 1,610-square-foot condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, which feature stylish touches including glass enclosure showers, soaker tubs, and contemporary lighting fixtures.

This condo is one of four that share access to a brick courtyard with a pool and fountain.

The elegant second-floor condo asks $1,275,000.

Via: Elizabeth McNulty of Gardner Realtors

French Quarter

545 Washington Street, , MA 02111 Visit Website