Some buyers are looking for a home they can fix up and customize, taking on a new project. Others want a home that’s complete. If you find yourself in the latter category, and you’re in the market for a luxury condo, then take a look at this two-bedroom home in the Plaza 1 unit of the Plaza at Turtle Creek residences.
Listing agent Marti Voorheis of Dave Perry-Miller said the home was completely redesigned during the pandemic. The sellers brought in designer Michele Dunn of Woodard Dunn Designs to breathe new life into the home. The design features eye-catching colors, luxury details and patterned wallpaper.
Voorheis noted that, with current shipping delays and long lead times, this home offers something special for a buyer: it’s complete, up-to-date and customized.
“I don’t think there’s really any condo on the market in Dallas that’s done to this level of sophistication,” Voorheis said.
The home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and one half-bathroom in its 1,651 square feet.
With one look at the blue-hued living room, you’ll start to see the theme of the design. The fireplace and surrounding bookshelves are painted a bright blue that catches the eye. The fireplace surround is made of a semi-precious stone, green gold agate, that has 18-carat gold leaf applied to complement the design, according to design information provided by Voorheis.
The living, dining and kitchen spaces have an open-concept design and share the blue color palette. The kitchen has blue cabinets, granite countertops, a stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerator with a window plus tile accents on the wall separating the kitchen from the dining space.
The half-bathroom is adorned with Phillip Jeffries wallpaper in a pink hue that features a flock of cranes in flight.
The primary bedroom has multiple windows that overlook the city, plus details like crown molding and library lights installed on either bedside. The primary bathroom has dual sinks and a separate bathtub and shower. The second bedroom in the condo is used as a study and has a grey design scheme. The bathroom features a striking wallpaper with tigers in the design, printed atop holographic foil.
The building offers a 24-hour concierge service, a pool, a fitness center, a wine room and valet parking, according to the listing.
The condo at 3535 Gillespie St. No. 306 is on the market for $850,000 listed by Marti Voorheis of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate.