A few of the tenants inside this 7-unit, now-up-for-sale apartment building on Hawthorne St., 2 blocks from Spur 527 appear to be on the same page design-wise. The photo above shows the living room inside one of the building’s 6 one-bedroom apartments done up with a Persian rug, atop which sits a glass tabletop covered in curios surrounding a floral centerpiece.
Now, compare that to that to the living room the building’s sole 2-bedroom unit, shown below:
Here it is viewed from the opposite angle:
A few key differences between the 2: Those chairs shown above provide much more of a personal touch than the ones in the other apartment do. There’s also that priestly guy over on the right. In the one-bedroom, humanoid figures do appear as well — up on the left wall wall shown below — but not in full form:
The 3-story brick building was put there in 1926, according to county appraisal records. It previously housed 8 units before the current configuration came into effect. Stepping inside, the first thing you see is the mail room to your left:
Rest here if you need to . . .
before continuing to Apartment 1 at the bottom of the stairs:
They take you up to this cozy waypoint:
And then dump you off on floor 2.
Inside one of the apartments up there, a further climb leads up to a storage area as well as the roof:
The whole building’s going for $1.45M, with 5 tenants committed to stay after the sale for at least a year, each paying $1000 a month.
A few more views of their setups:
Parking lines the back of the building . . .
in between driveways that run along either side of its front lawn:
- 429 Hawthorne St. [HAR]