West Nineteen – Residence 8 – 2267 W. 19th Street West Nineteen $ 514,900
Located in the historic Duck Island neighborhood of Cleveland, West Nineteen is a new community of luxurious townhomes mixing contemporary and classic row architecture. Nestled conveniently between the coveted Tremont and Ohio City neighborhoods, this one-of-the-kind community is just minutes to the world class dining, culture and employment centers of downtown Cleveland and is walkable to the restaurants, coffee shops, shopping and amenities that dot the neighborhood.
West Nineteen blends classic and modern design with traditional brick elegance that reflects and respects the history of the neighborhood. Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac, yet with access to it all, your new home is a sanctuary away from the city bustle.
Four levels of luxury with bonus spaces on both ground floor + roof top level (Can be outfitted as a 3rd BR)! Full brick construction and walls of glass showcasing views of the skyline and the city’s industrial valley! This intimate collection of luxury residences on a cul de sac feature: spa grade master suites, abundant light and floor to ceiling windows. Well-appointed kitchen featuring: quartz over-sized islands, soft close doors, 42′ Aristokraft cabinetry, Kitchen Aid Stainless appliances and Moen Fixtures. Grand great room features high ceilings, 60″ electric fireplace, hardwoods + Parisian style Terraces! Master Suite has over-sized closets + en suite bath feat: top flight fixtures, elegant stone counters, two vanities, walk-in tiled shower with glass shower enclosures, as well as a soaking tub! HUGE top level roof top lounge with wetbar, powder room and TWO terraces with breathtaking views! Built to qualify for the City of Cleveland’s 15 year tax abatement. Green built, energy efficient construction.
Duck Island is going through a renaissance with over 130 homes being built (Or already built). Nestled between Ohio City and Tremont it offers the best of both neighborhoods and close proximity to downtown via the Lorain Carnegie bridge!