Today’s Sponsor of the Day is Unit 204 at the Parc V in Montrose. Thanks for sponsoring Swamplot!
Parc IV (at 3614 Montrose Blvd.) and Parc V (at 3600 Montrose Blvd.) are iconic Modern, concrete-frame residential towers designed by William R. Jenkins and Roy Gee, planted in the mid-1960s at the corner of Montrose and Kipling St. The University of St. Thomas, the Museum District, and some of Houston’s best restaurants are all within walking distance; it’s also an easy commute to downtown, Rice University, and The Medical Center.
This 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit on the second floor of the more northern of the 2 buildings faces north, across treetops and the grounds of the neighboring Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral and toward Westheimer. (The balcony view is shown at top.) Inside, the brick walls and concrete columns have been exposed, raising the ceiling height and bringing a loft esthetic to the interior. The oak flooring has an ebony stain; the kitchen has concrete countertops, a glass tile backsplash, Metal Fusion flooring, and appliances from Bosch and Liebherr. The unit comes with a stacked washer and dryer as well.
To see more photos of this uniquely renovated unit, look through the photo gallery on the property website. This condominium is offered for sale by Michael Good of Michael Good Properties; see his webpage on HAR for contact details and more information.
Midcentury Modern or Turn-of-the-Century Whatever: Our readers will be interested to see it when it’s a Swamplot Sponsor of the Day.