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Home of the Week: Tall windows command attention in this contemporary condo

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year of construction 2022

square foot 1,342

bedroom 2

Bathroom 2 full

sewer/water supply public

cost $320/month

tax be decided

In a sleek, modern home in Rosslyndale Village Easy access to parks and public transportationLook no further for this new condo.

On the first floor there is covered parking for residents and the storefront of the Centerpiece Flower Shop. The residence starts on the 2nd floor and has a wheelchair accessible elevator.

The building was designed by Mangaiacotti Design + Development.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

Stepping through the front door, visitors arrive in the foyer and are greeted by an array of tall windows, sophisticated features and unexpected angles. To the right of the front door is a laundry room with tile floors and a stacked washer/dryer that doubles as a coat closet with custom wood shelving. The door, like most doors in the house, is Shaker style and painted in bright sage.

The washroom has a custom built cabinet.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

The next room is the condo’s first full bathroom, with retro tiles lining the floor and a cast iron shower/tub combination accentuating one of the walls. A built-in shelf in the shower provides a place to store soap and shampoo. A single vanity with quartz countertops and a wooden lower cabinet provides storage. The lighting in this room is recessed, with horizontal sconces hanging above rectangular mirrors.

The walls and floor of the guest bath are tiled with retro tiles.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

The open concept layout, including the kitchen, dining area and living room, is deep inside the home. To the right is a small butler’s pantry that offers storage, space for decoration, and a few unexpected perks. A small wine cooler may come in handy when entertaining. The built-in integrated coffee machine has everything you need to make your morning coffee, including grinding beans. Accent walls are tiled and floating shelves provide storage for dishes, cookbooks, and family photos. The flooring throughout this space is wide engineered wood.

A dark shaker-style cabinet with finger-pull handles offers more storage space on the left side. Paneled refrigerator-side cabinets match the dark lower cabinets and contrast with the bright quartz waterfall countertops and upper cabinets. Beige backsplash tiles line the vertical lines behind the counters. and a pair of windows above the sink floods the already bright space with natural light. His set of three pendant lights in a sleek bar shape illuminates the space above the island, and under-cabinet lighting ensures that small print on items on the counter isn’t obscured. The island has a 4 burner gas stove, oven and seating. All fixtures are made of stainless steel.

Glass doors open onto a 100 square foot balcony between the kitchen and the owner suite.

The kitchen has a modern mix of dark lower cabinets and lighter upper cabinets with vertical tiles.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

Adjacent to the kitchen is a small dining area with seating for four, and just beyond is the living room. Twelve tall casement windows line the walls, letting in natural light from multiple directions and offering expansive treetop views. The angular space creates a modern atmosphere. There is plenty of room for two sofas and some accent chairs. The walls are white except for the dark green accent wall. Lighting is recessed.

The first bedroom in the condo is right off the butler’s pantry. A closet is adjacent to the foyer and sports sage shaker style doors. There is enough space for a queen size bed and nightstands. His two windows in the back wall offer views of the neighborhood. This room has the same wide engineered wood floors and recessed lighting.

Away from the foyer, the small living room to the right of the kitchen is the perfect place to relax and take a break from the world for a while.There is plenty of space for a chair or two and a small end table. , The room is small but quiet, with one floor-to-ceiling window that offers natural light and balcony views.

The guest bedroom has a queen size bed and plenty of room for a large nightstand. Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group
A small living room provides a quiet space away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

The owner suite is to the left of the foyer. The first room on the right is a walk-in closet with dark wood cabinets that match those in the laundry room. At the front is the owner suite bathroom, behind a pocket door, with the same retro-patterned tiles lining the floor and bottom of the walk-in shower. and textured horizontal tiles adorn the walls. Tall cabinets provide storage and the single vanity has quartz countertops with wooden lower cabinets. is.

The owner suite bedroom is further back in space, with tall double-paned windows providing natural light and views of the Greek Orthodox church. A sage green skirting board provides a colorful accent. The lighting in this room is recessed.

Tall casement windows and recessed lighting make the owner suite as airy and bright as the other units. Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group
The owner suite bathroom features a walk-in shower and retro tiles.Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group
The owner suite has a walk-in closet with custom cabinetry. Jey Castillo/Insight Realty Group

Michael McGuire and Stephen Musto of Insight Realty Group have the list.

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