The interior decor of this condo at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas plays off of the sky-high views. The two-bedroom home is accented with striking pops of blue coupled with a crisp black and white design scheme.
The condo sits on the 17th floor of Tower 1 of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, according to the listing. The home is 3,089 square feet with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and one half-bathroom.
Listing agent Rogers Healy said the home was recently renovated, estimating that the design was completed around a year and a half ago.
“Everything from the floors to the paint to the cabinetry are all brand new,” Healy said.
He noted that most buyers looking at high rises choose them for the views and this particular unit certainly meets that need—it has unobstructed city views, he said.
There’s a striking blue-hued theme throughout, accented with black and white tones. The home’s foyer has a large, sparkling chandelier as you walk toward the living room. A study is near the entrance and has a cozy, functional appeal with space enough for a desk, bookcases on either side of the room and even a large television.
The home’s main living room has generous views of the surrounding city. The room has a fireplace on one end and the opposite end is open to a dining room complete with more city views and sparkling chandeliers.
The kitchen has a striking high-contrast design with black cabinets and white countertops. There are plenty of cabinets for storage, high-end appliances like a Wolf range and oven and a countertop island for extra food preparation space. A breakfast area is also in the kitchen, set next to the windows to take in the views while sipping coffee.
In the primary suite you’ll find classic details like crown molding, two sets of windows with views of the city and a bathroom with two sinks and a separate bathtub and shower. The suite also has a walk-in closet.
Residents at this property enjoy access to amenities at the Ritz-Carlton like the pool, spa, fitness center and concierge. This unit has two designated parking spaces.
The home at 2525 N. Pearl St. Unit 1704 is on the market for $4,290,000 listed by Rogers Healy of Rogers Healy and Associates Real Estate.