Take an exclusive peek inside this breathtaking mid-century modern home in the iconic Phoenix Towers.
Rich in history, the Phoenix Towers were designed by Ralph C. Harris and built by Del E. Webb in the ‘modern movement-style’ in 1957. The towers were notably listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. Many condominiums have since been remodeled to reflect the original 1950’s era grandeur; with one being this chic six-bedroom, six-bathroom, 5,000 square foot abode on the market for $1,250,000.
This exquisite condominium home was completely remodeled and expanded in 2015. The private home of a renowned interior designer, Matthew Boland, showcases painstaking care was given to every detail, including reproducing parquet flooring and hardwood paneling to match the gorgeous original wood finishes. The most luxurious materials were selected for window treatments, wall upholstery, antique and designer light fixtures, and hardware.
Every space is timeless, including the bathrooms that showcase the finest in fittings and surfaces. The kitchen was designed with entertaining in mind with sleek cabinetry, the latest appliances, and an efficient design. Windows and balconies throughout the home afford views to the south, west, and north overlooking the Heard Museum.
This condominium includes a fabulous pool cabana complete with bar, TV, and air conditioning to enjoy the Arizona summers and winters alike.
Located in a fashionable and central address in downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Towers are in the historic neighborhood of Alvarado and sit along the Light Rail with the hottest restaurants, bars, parks and museums steps away.
A beautiful setting surrounded by history and the excitement of downtown living, there is no finer address, building, or apartment home available anywhere.
For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Libby Cohen at (602) 291-1446, or via email at email@example.com.
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