One of Paragon’s swankiest new listings also has a bit of a turbulent background. The Cow Hollow home at 2151 Green Street has hit the market at slightly more than $9.9 million after having been basically redone and remodeled into what’s being termed as an industrial-chic home.
The 6,700-square-foot home was bought out of foreclosure in 2009 at a purchase price of just under $3.1 million. It had previously been bought with an adjoining lot for a total of $9 million.
I saw this home last week on the evening brokers’ preview. It is truly spectacular. If you are fortunate enough to visit it on a Sunday open house, make sure to go all the way to the top floor for a spectacular view from the beautifully-appointed roof deck.
If I can find any criticism of the home, it is that it is a multi-story home sat well above the street with long runs upstairs from curb to front door. An effort has been made to offset this challenge by installing an elevator that goes directly from the garage to the remaining levels. However, visitors will still need to do a study climb to a point where the elevator begins.
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