From Leontine Linens’ luxe, serene showroom to Bouligny Tavern’s warm, wood-paneled dining room, many Magazine Street landmarks have a shared design language. In this case, the common element is Bockman Forbes Design—and the award-winning team also spearheaded this Irish Channel home’s renovation.
Converted from a shotgun double to a single, the 2,244-square-foot home features an open living area and the thoughtful, handcrafted touches (Italian glass tile in the bathroom, exposed brick fireplaces throughout) that are Bockman Forbes’ hallmark. It’s also geared toward entertaining, thanks to a subway-tiled kitchen that features a wine cooler, plumbed under-counter coffee maker, and plenty of prep space.
There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is an absolute stunner and features a soaking tub, glass enclosure shower, and double vessel sinks. But the pièce de résistance is the rear veranda and courtyard, which manages to feel both cozily enclosed and completely at one with the natural environment.
The asking price is $599,000.
Via: Raisa Galper of Gardner Realtors