With its prime location on the SW side of Park Towers this penthouse is quiet and has spectacular views of our Texas sunsets.
The Penthouse levels of Park towers have, at the most, four individually owned apartments. The entryway of P1A has a modernist feel to it as does the remainder of the space. Wonderful place to exhibit art!
When the unit was completely gutted in 2015 the end result was an open, bright and minimal aesthetic. The simple, white palette allows for terrific versatility in furnishing the space.
Abundant workspace and storage are featured in the kitchen. Warming drawer, wine fridge, induction cooktop and room for everyone to help in food prep.
A wood burning fireplace is the focal point of the living area and when it turns cold there's nothing better than the crackle of burning logs. Thee's plenty of room to store logs on the balcony.
Open the sliding glass doors and realize just how quiet it is in the apartment. All the glass was replaced during the renovation and the result are terrific.
Ten, twelve, fourteen guests? When it's time to host a big party this open concept dining area performs like a champ!
The changes of light during the evening hours can be like a painting. Beautiful!
Dine at the breakfast bar or sit at the dining room table.
Philip Jones, the architect, considers his work as a reductivist to have found the perfect canvas in this penthouse space.
Sleek stainless appliances including a 50+ wine fridge can be found in this yummy kitchen.
Prep space abounds and there's an additional work space along the south wall.
If understated, clean lines are what you're looking for this penthouse could be a great fit.
The use of floorspace can be opened up to allow for larger pieces of a greater number of furnishings in the room.
From this angle you can see the floor to ceiling storage that flanks the kitchen area. Some of the storage cabinets contain electrical outlets for appliances. Smart!
Stroll down the hallway and you get the sense of being in a gallery. The white walls of this oversized hallway are aching for your artwork.
All the bedrooms are wonderfully sized and have mechanized, room darkening shades used with the push of a button.
The half bath is simple and unfussy.
The full bath, also located down the hall ,offers a single sink and combination tub and shower .
And here's the combination shower and tub! It's a raised design as the owners had two young children and the height of the tub made bathing the kids so much easier.
Two of my favorite little people called this room their own. Bright, cheerful and great closet storage.
As Park Towers is a mid century building many of the units do not have their own laundry rooms. Most of the removated units do...like this one! Hooray! Ventless dryer and washer from Bosch remain with the unit.
At the endof the hallway is the serene master bedroom. A small balcony is accessible from this room for a little quiet time.
Generously proportioned the size of the master invites your design ideas.
Multi-tasking is one of the things a master of this size can do for you.
Directly behind the chair is a small balcony accessed only from the master bedroom.
A yoga enthusiast the seller asked for a quiet, zen like feel in the master bathroom. There's a single sink, a soaking tub and a handsome oversized shower. If having a second sink was critical the tub could be removed or possibly relocated. If one sink wo
A rainhead and wall-mounted shower head await you when you're tired and dirty.
Here's the view from the balcony overlooking Reverchon park.
There's plenty of room out here for a dining table and chairs.
The view to the north from the balcony overlooking Turtle Creek Boulevard.