From living plant walls to built-in speakers next to the whirlpool, Ana and Ivo Leary pay attention to Winthrop condos. Now the couple is looking to hand over the colorful home to a new owner.
“People most often say,’Your house feels like I’m in a museum,'” Anna said. “And I think it reflects how we collect our work.”
Couple Winthrop House, Unit 2 116 Bowdoin St., It is a high-level condominium with 3 beds and 2 baths. The unit is priced at 2,192 square feet and has recently dropped to $ 799,900.
The color scheme was inspired by the couple’s time in Brazil and the work of a famous architectural designer. Sidbergamine.. Homes filled with rich textiles and bright decorations can be purchased with furniture. The kitchen well flows into the dining area, where two large windows flow in natural light. The elegant living room provides a space to gather inside the house, while at the same time providing a walkway to an additional solarium. The property itself dates back to 1900.
Home technology is also very rare. It has high-end sound, home automation, smart home controls, and an Ethernet system, all installed by Ivo’s company, Sound Aficionado.
“Many of his specialties are installed in our homes, so some can only be seen in Beacon Hill and Back Bay,” Anna said.
The main level bedroom has been transformed into a custom home theater. The primary bedroom suite on the second floor is well exposed to the sun and features a deep whirlpool and a bathtub with dual sinks.
Outside, the spacious garden shared with the unit below is overgrown and full of lush landscaping. There is a well-maintained storage hut and two transferred parking lots.
The couple have been at home since January 2017 and said it was a “really, really difficult decision” to leave.
“On the other hand, we’re both pretty creative people and we love design, so one of the great things about completing a project is looking for the next clean state,” Ana said. increase.