A brand new luxury residential complex located in a historic district in the Central West End is set to open its doors next year.
The Residences at Holy Corners is an eight-unit, 2,515 square foot, townhome-style living areas that according to the developers, feel more like single-family homes, due to its location on a residential street, multiple entries, and private patios.
There are eight homes at The Residences at Holy Corners and will also feature two car private garages, modern and traditional architecture, luxury finishes, landscaped gardens, and outdoor space for residents.
Additionally, future residents can access multiple floor plan options for the second and third floors which will allow them to mix and match options to achieve a two, three or four bedroom layout. According to The Residences at Holy Corners’ website, this will allow more customization for each home.
Julie Pfeifer, owner, and broker for Boutique Realty, said the homes first got its start when EJ Sansone, founder of a new real estate company, Edgewater Real Estate Co., approached Boutique Realty to help launch the project.
“Where things are at now is that we’re doing a soft-launch, we hadn’t officially launched the project yet,” Pfeifer said. “We wanted his first project in the city to be in an area where it’s rustic and urban. This particular location is just four blocks away from Chase Park Plaza, it’s in a very gorgeous old, historic neighborhood.”
Pfeifer said she anticipates construction to start for The Residences at Holy Corners after they officially launch when initial sales are made. The official launch will start in a few weeks, and according to Pfeifer, construction will take place in the Spring of 2018.
Pfeifer said the construction will take roughly around eight to nine months to complete, which would mean the homes will be ready for residents to live in during the Fall on next year.
But the new townhome complex isn’t the only thing special about the area.
The new residences are located in an area listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, known as The Holy Corners Historic District. This district was appointed its name after the turn of the century due to the concentration of churches that were erected near the intersection of Kingshighway and Washington Boulevards.
Each of the eight-unit, three-story residences are named after some of the acclaimed architects of the Holy Corners District.
Prices for the residential homes start at $600,000.
For more information, potential buyers can go to The Residences at Holy Corners’ website.