This easy, breezy Palm Beach prize is worth a look! The one-bedroom, one-full-and-one-half-bathroom townhome lives more like a cottage than condo, and was taken down to the studs for one gorgeous renovation.
Historic Charm, Modern Upgrades
Originally built in 1923, the two-story Palm Beach crash pad is a head-turner! And what’s not to love about that powder pink exterior? The home affords high ceilings, tons of natural light, and loads of charm.
We love the French doors that open to a private outdoor courtyard. Surrounded by towering manicured hedges and plenty of space to unwind, this patio has it made in the shade!
A Fresh Updated Interior
Inside, a gracious 1,064-square-foot layout allows for efficient living with upgrades galore! The fresh color palette, walls of windows, and oak washed hardwood floors make up the light and bright interior.
Fully Equipped Chef’s Kitchen
But it’s the gourmet kitchen that anchors the home. It features upscale stainless steel Bosch appliances, sleek stone countertops, wall-to-wall white cabinetry, a tasteful mosaic tile backsplash, plus a built-in bar. The center island with breakfast bar seating opens to the comfortable living space for effortless entertaining.
Upstairs, Your Tranquil Master Awaits
Architectural details include vaulted ceilings and plantation shutters on the windows. The master bath is equally inviting with giant glass shower and cheerful palm print wall coverings.
Minutes From The Beach!
Plus, you are a quick six-minute walk to the clock tower and Municipal Beach. This relaxed, low-key beach is ideal for swimming and sunbathing with renown sunrise views. And there’s a Starbucks and high-end shopping nearby.
Grace Brown of Brown Harris Stevens of Palm Beach has listed 173 Peruvian Avenue Apt 5, Palm Beach, Florida for $969,000.