Want to live in Museum Tower? Here’s a two-bedroom Dallas condo on the market you’ll want to see
You’ll find a lot of glamor in this apartment on the 5th floor of the Museum Tower. From the custom-made, lacquered cabinetry and wet bar to the city views, this unit is perfect for someone seeking luxury in downtown Dallas.
Unit 502 in the Museum Tower (on 1918 Olive Street) has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and one-half bath in an area of 4,095 square feet. This particular unit wraps around one end of the oval building and has access to a covered terrace.
Co-listing agent Ilene Christ said the balcony overlooks the Nasher Sculpture Center and its gardens, as well as the arts district.
The apartment has luxurious touches, such as designer wallpaper, premium appliances, and custom-made closets and storage. Each of the bedrooms has its own bathroom. The primary suite has access to a patio, custom-made closets, and a spa-like bathroom with a large bathtub and separate shower.
The living and dining rooms as well as the kitchen and the cave flow together with an open concept. Each room is flooded with light and offers a view of Dallas only found in a downtown apartment.
Christ described the interior design as a passing, soft contemporary. The sellers were the first to own this unit and completely refurbish it and add those luxurious touches.
Life in the Museum Tower is unique to other luxury condominiums in that the building itself is only intended for residents, Christ said. There is no attached hotel, shopping district, or restaurant. While residents have access to amenities like a gym, pool, private area for dog walks, and conference and party rooms, the building remains private.
Downtown Luxury Living is on the market for $ 3,749,000 and is listed by Missy Woehr and Ilene Christ of Compass.
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