Aptly named a “bridge unit,”Â this eighth-floor space spans between the 30-storyÂ Warwick TowersÂ just north of Hermann Park in the Museum District. The 3,385-sq.-ft. condo it’s part ofÂ had $5oK knocked off its initial asking price earlier this week in itsÂ relisting by the same agent after a 6-month previous listing expired. The million-dollar view (which curiously is not pictured in the listing) is now priced at $1.15 million — plus a not-insignificant monthly maintenance fee of $2,694.
Semi-separate, the living and dining rooms share their views through windows on both the north and south sides of the unit.
Room-darkening shades and a retractable screen convert this built-in storage area by the baby grand (above) into the focal point of a media room:
Does the cactus sculpture on the balcony indicate the unit’s south side?
The off-kitchen breakfast area has built-in seating just off the bi-level countertop.
The kitchen appears to have been updated at some point:
The building was built in 1983. This condo has 2 or 3 bedrooms.
In the master suite, there’s a mock fireplace built into the corner’s shelving and storage:
In case of bathrobe emergency, break glass:
A little room used as a study is off the master suite as well:
The secondary bedroom stows a Murphy bed amid the built-ins. Windows face west, where several Rice University-area neighborhoods huddle beneath the tree canopy:
The unit’s other bathroom has doors to the guest bedroom and to the hallway:
Far below in the garage,Â 2 parking spacesÂ are designated for this unit. The property’s other shared amenities include a pool, terrace, dry sauna, exercise room, party room, spa, service elevator, storage, and tennis court. (Up on the 28th floor, Unit 28B is significantly smaller, has no bridge cachet, and costs a good chunk less: $650,000.)
- 1111 Hermann Dr. Unit 8D [HAR]