Today, the residence has been transformed again into four upscale condo units, each with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. In a nod to the building’s cultural ties to the neighborhood, each unit includes a one-year membership to the Phillips Collection art museum.
The cream-colored limestone facade of the building has been preserved, along with a wood-burning fireplace in each unit and whitewashed exposed brick walls. Two of the units have restored original wood flooring and the other two have new white oak wide plank flooring. The interior of each unit includes an open floor plan with high ceilings, marble counters and custom-built cabinets in the kitchens, which have stainless-steel gas appliances, and marble bathrooms. The penthouse unit, which has already been sold, has a roof terrace.
The units range from 1,120 to 1,270 square feet. All owners also have access to a ground-level storage room. Unit 1 on the lower level, named the Gallery, is priced at $895,000. Unit 2, the first-floor unit, named the Holton, is priced at $1.150 million. The third-level unit, named the Phillips, is priced at $1.2 million. These three units each have a deep bay window alcove in the open living and dining area.
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