This corner property in Fitler Square has undergone a lot of changes and served a number of roles over its long history, but this current iteration may be its best one yet. With the help of interior designer Chuck Soldano of Work in Progress, this carriage house-turned-residence has been turned into a modern and colorful home with a touch of industrial flair.
Now on the market for $1,910,000, the carriage house was first converted into a home by architect Mark Thompson in 1977. The current owners then brought on Soldano for another renovation of the property.
Today, the 2,916-square-foot corner home features four bedrooms, three full baths, and one half-bath. Every room is impressive, from the stark-white kitchen to the living room, which boasts a wet bar that’s hidden by a bright blue sliding barn door.
Up the steel staircase, the master suite on the third floor is where you’ll find remnants of the property’s original role as a carriage house. The exposed beamed ceilings still feature the original pulley system. From there a floating staircase designed by SAWW design leads to a roof deck with 360-degree views of the city.
The home, which has a two-car garage, has an open house on Saturday, May 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- 2321-23 Naudain Street [Patrick Campbell, City Block Team]