An on-the-market Uptown condo checks off every box for the young professional homebuyer: contemporary design; amenities like a pool and garage; and proximity to Katy Trail, Knox-Henderson and West Village.
This one is especially attractive because not only was it designed by Ron Wommack — who has a robust portfolio of contemporary residential designs, such at Mitchell Lofts and Buena Vista Townhomes — but it also has a very nice price: $230,000. Listing agent is Emily Ray-Porter of Dave Perry Miller Real Estate.
Unit 24 at 4111 Cole Ave. has 1,090 square feet, two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The interior is clean and contemporary, with the desired open floor plan in the main living spaces, where light hardwoods run throughout and a wood-burning fireplace provides coziness. French doors in the living room open up to a small balcony.
The galley kitchen has Carrara marble counters, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets and a breakfast bar.
There’s a custom closet system in the master suite, and the connecting bath has the same Carrara marble counters as the kitchen, as well as gray tile in the shower surround. The current owners are using the second, smaller bedroom as a home office. Its bathroom mimics the first in its design.
The condo also comes with storage units, a garage and two parking spaces — so no worries about where you or your guests will park.
The grounds boast modern landscaping and a spacious community pool replete with large wood deck and lounge chairs. The complex is gated and secure. If you’re wondering about HOA fees, those are $308 per month, and that includes access to the pool, blanket insurance, exterior and front yard maintenance, water, and sewer.
A version of this story originally was published on Candy’s Dirt.