Swamplot Sponsor of the Day: This Fifth-Floor 1-Bedroom Condo in Inwood Manor

3711 San Felipe St., Unit 5I, Inwood Manor, Houston

3711 San Felipe St., Unit 5I, Inwood Manor, Houston

Our sponsor today is Unit 5I in Inwood Manor, at 3711 San Felipe St. Swamplot appreciates the support!

Inwood Manor has been a landmark on San Felipe since 1964, when the building was constructed for the then-president of BYU, Ernest Wilkinson. Following the design of its architects, midcentury modernists Neuhaus & Taylor, Inwood Manor wears its structural frame on the outside: Cast-in-place concrete arches rise up 16 floors along the façade, cantilevering dramatic 12-ft.-square balconies at the corners.

One of those balconies sits just outside the living room and bedroom of this fifth-floor unit. Views to the north point over the tree-lined landscape of River Oaks. To the right (pictured at top) is a view of Downtown, which lies to the east. This 1-bedroom unit was extensively renovated in 2014, giving it raised ceilings, motorized window shades, a new audio-video system, a workstation with a built-in desk and storage, and task- and art-specific lighting. Also: Caesarstone quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances.

The unit comes with an assigned parking space and a separate storage space. A swimming pool and an exercise room are also on the property, along with a formal garden in back. Inwood Manor also maintains 3 guest apartments, according to the seller.

Whether you’re thinking about living here or just interested in seeing a redone unit in a classic Neuhaus & Taylor building, you’ll want to take a look at the property website for more photos and info. Also: A floor plan of Unit 5I is available here.

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