Well, if this isn't an ode to the Maryland that I love. Full disclosure, I am obsessed with this building. As a recent homeowner, caretaker and consultant on the historic interior, this sturdy place has a soft spot in my heart. This particular unit is one of about only a third that have outdoor balconies - major win. This unit also has its own deeded indoor parking space in the old carriage house, turned garage, after the mode of transportation changed from horse and buggy to automobiles. The history, you can taste it. It also has a coveted extra large storage unit. For us condo dwellers, we know the rarity of a storage unit large enough to house bikes, boxes and all the extras for our mountainous lives here in Utah. Many of the units do not have the original woodwork preserved, this does! Another unique perk, to only a handful of the flats, is the extra room that functions as an office, nursery, meditation space, reading spot or tea/coffee sipping space. The greenery in the summer and the magic of the winter, out these west side windows, will entice you to make your money from home. In the world of real estate, when it comes to once in a lifetime opportunities, this sits pretty high on the list. For over a century, the building has attracted folks who love South Temple for its tree lined streets, natural materials of marble and wood, as well as its stately hallways and original brickwork. If you wanna join a community of architecture lovers and stewards, while landing yourself in a safe house in the avenues, this option may not come around again, for a while. And if nothing else, buy it to be our cityhome neighbor. Welcome to the historic Maryland family.
Listing courtesy of cityhome COLLECTIVE.