The first four homes in the South Side’s Windom Hill Place
development were built six years ago. Now, with improved market conditions, the second and final phase of this hillside enclave is underway.
Every three-story home in the development is Energy Star certified, and sustainable building materials include recycled steel railings, recycled drywall, and bamboo flooring. The modern homes were designed by John Martine of Strada Architects, and built by Ernie Sota of Sota Construction Services.
The four new, 3,000-square-foot homes start at $699,000 and are similar in design to the previous set, with three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and finished lower levels. Other amenities include rooftop decks, back patios, and two-car garages. Since there are no load-bearing walls in the buildings, each unit can be customized to an owner’s specs.
But the most striking feature that each unit boasts, says Diana Lynn of One80 Real Estate Services
, is its incredible views of Oakland, Downtown, and the South Side from its hillside perch.
The development is located in the South Side Slopes, east of the Liberty Tunnel and within walking distance from the restaurants and nightlife of East Carson Street. In addition to a current set of city steps, pedestrian improvements along the PJ McArdle Roadway bridge are scheduled to be completed in the next month, Lynn says.
And while the shells of each home should be completed in the next few months, with a sales agreement, “someone could move in within six months,” she adds.
Writer: Andrew Moore
Source: Diana Lynn