An Oz-like urban vista from an (apparently railing-free) rooftop terrace (top). An artsy interior with multi-level gallery space. The pairing often indicates a Montrose-area address, as is the case with this custom 2003 contemporary with 3 levels of art-friendly living space currently devoted to an installation of frosty, over-sized life savers (above), among other works. The work-live-studio property, located near the Waugh bend in Hyde Park, rolled onto the market late last week. Price tag: $1.3 million.
Two of the 5,400-sq-ft. home’s 3 levels have a balcony facing east. Taking things from the top, there’s a third-floor open family room furnished with back-to-back seating areas:
The furnishing-defined spaces here share views through unadorned floor-to-ceiling windows:
Art switches around a bit in the listing photos. This “study” with raised hearth . . .
is off the master suite, which gets its own balcony:
As with the top level, the middle ground features gleaming, solid oak flooring. An open floor plan contains the kitchen, living room, and a dining room the listing cites as a potential conference room. The donuts appear to be already in place for any meetings:
The 2-bedroom, 3-and-a-half bathroom galvalume-wrapped home shares the ground level with a current gallery space; there’s also an elevator.
Vehicles parked in the air-conditioned 3-bay garage have gridded views of the yard. The property’s 6,250-sq.-ft. lot sits on a corner of Waugh Dr. south of W. Gray.