PORTLAND – State-of-the-artwork techniques; close to-web-zero effectivity; luxurious comfort, comparable to radiant warmth in all three full bogs. Completely top-of-the-line supplies, home equipment included. World-class, impressed design – glossy and modern all through, but additionally warmed by parts together with the attractive South American tigerwood flooring, and the ample pure gentle.
After which there are the little touches, foremost amongst them the fantastically paneled elevator. It serves all 4 ranges and has a totally stocked, constructed-in bar with a cupboard to be rolled out wherever you want, together with onto the roof deck. Ascend from there, and you might be very a lot atop Munjoy Hill, on a 45-foot-excessive higher degree that gives sweeping panoramic views rivaled solely by these from the Observatory or Promenade East. The cityscape is beneath and round you; Casco Bay and the islands are earlier than you.
The planning of this new-development, single-household, completely customized home started in 2014. It was accomplished in 2015, and its creation represents a collaboration of architect Brewster Buttfield of Prospect Design, panorama designer Soren DeNiord, and builder Cornerstone Constructing and Restoration, all of Portland. A key aesthetic concern for the group was that the constructing’s scale and presence ought to complement the tree-lined streets and the neighborhood’s older properties.
The proprietor/vendor added particulars and options because the undertaking advanced, and the inside is each understated and chic. Artwork-lovers will respect the choices for displaying photos, as if in a personal gallery. The granite-and-stainless kitchen, with gasoline vary and inexperienced-view horizontal window, is a stunner, as is the living room, with its elevated gasoline fire.
The non-public, safety-fenced, no-upkeep yard is a Zen backyard of simplicity and peace, accented by driftwood, stone benches and large boulders (there’s a gasoline hearth pit constructed into one of them).
The home at 30 Monument St., Portland, is listed on the market at $,790,000 by Tom Landry of Benchmark Residential & Funding Actual Property. Annual taxes are $9,353 (2017). For extra info or to rearrange a personal viewing, please contact Tom at 939-0185, 775-0248, or at [email protected]; and see 30MonumentStreet.com.
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