We’ve always adored the Omni Residences at 1301 Throckmorton in downtown Fort Worth, and now that Facebook is considering a large data center in North Fort Worth, perhaps the company’s executives should consider a modest crash pad inside one of the most luxurious high-rise buildings the town can call its own.
Lucky for them, they can put a bid on this beautiful penthouse unit offered by Williams Trew Realtor Maggie Moore. It boasts stunning views and top-of-the line finishes throughout. Jump to see more!
Of course, a home with those views has to have a kitchen that you’ll want to practically live in. How else could you possibly survive? Well, this kitchen not only has tons of fabulous cabinetry in a dark espresso stain to match the hardwood floors, but it also has beautiful granite counters, stainless steel, commercial-grade Viking appliances, a SubZero refrigerator, a built-in wine cooler, and an eat-in island where you can enjoy your coffee.
The condo itself has more than 3,000 square feet on the 32nd floor, two bedrooms, three full and one half bath, and is priced at $1.5 million. Not too shabby, considering you are getting the absolute best views of downtown Fort Worth and an immense terrace.
I love that pendant in the dining room. Isn’t it glam? And the living room is wide and open and has access to that phenomenal terrace. This unit is a great one for distinctive furnishings, because there really isn’t a whole lot of wall space for art. As the listing agent describes it, the sellers spared no expense in the finish-out of this property, so you’ll want to see all of the goodies it offers!
The master bedroom has a private balcony and a separate sitting area. It also has walk-in closets. the master bath has a ginormous soaking tub flanked by his-and-hers vanities. I love the tile and cabinetry scheme in the bathroom. Just fabulous.
On the top floor you can enjoy cabanas, a huge pool, water features, and a great little garden. Other building amenities include a concierge, valet, clubhouse, fitness center, and so much more. What do you think, Facebook?