If you love things with an interesting history, the high-rise living in Fort Worth’s popular Montgomery Plaza would be perfect for you. The property at 2600 W. 7th Street No. 2406 in Fort Worth’s Cultural District is a rare three-bedroom, three-and-half bath, 2,703-square-foot condominium home, just listed at $1,351,500 by Denise Edmondson of Power Play Destination Properties.
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Montgomery Plaza is an architecturally-significant, Mission Revival-style building built in 1928 that’s so sturdy, builders say they’d be hard pressed to make the numbers work if they built to such high standards today. Converted from an old Montgomery Ward department store warehouse into residential units, the 12-inch thick concrete walls and 20-inch centered columns make this building very well-insulated and nearly indestructible. But on two occasions, Mother Nature put 2600 W. 7th Street to the test. Flood waters lapped the second story in the 1949 Great Flood of Fort Worth, and a downtown Fort Worth tornado in 2000 came barreling down the street, but Montgomery Plaza escaped both with minimal damage. Now that’s a solid building.
But broker Denise Edmondson says condo No. 2406 is unique in its own right, as its one of only seven condos in the entire 240-unit building that has its own private rooftop terrace with unobstructed view to the northeast, adding another 1,200 square-feet of bonus outdoor living space.
In the living room, you’ll first notice the 9-foot windows that overlook the beautiful downtown skyline, impressive 12-foot ceilings, and industrial-strength concrete beams that remind you of this building’s rich history. Plus it’s got designer touches like motorized window treatments, Studio Collection wood flooring in main living areas, custom pendant lighting, and porcelain tile flooring.
The kitchen has a unique dropped wooden ceiling over the bar counter that features acid-etched glass with stainless steel hardware. Cherry wood continues throughout the kitchen with cabinetry and glass cabinet doors that frame GE Monogram stainless steel appliances, including a counter-depth 25 cu.ft. refrigerator, 30” convection wall oven, and 30” microwave. The kitchen has granite countertops, glass mosaic backsplash, and a California Closets finish-out in the kitchen pantry.
But entertaining doesn’t have to stay in the kitchen. Entertain in style with unobstructed views of the gorgeous Fort Worth skyline from your private outdoor space, living room, and full-size wet bar equipped with wine storage, GE Monogram wine captain and ample counter space for catering.
No. 2406 has three spacious bedrooms, all three with en suite bathrooms, that come equipped with Masland Fusion Energy carpeting and California Closets finish-out in all bedroom closets.
The master bath features wall-mounted cherry wood cabinetry, granite countertops, and dual vitreous round vessel china sink with a high-arc faucet in polished chrome. There’s attention to detail in the full-height vanity wall that’s lined in mosaic Interglass tiles. A standalone Kohler whirlpool tub looks simply elegant among the full-height limestone wall and limestone tile flooring.
This Montgomery Plaza residence is a corner condo on the fourth floor of the east tower, which offers around-the-clock concierge service. Of course, there’s the perks of living in Montgomery Plaza, namely the massive resort-style rooftop deck with swimming pools, cabanas, and outdoor fire pits, plus more amenities exclusive to residents such as the owners’ lounge, premium fitness room, and a dog park. Here’s a perk, the building is pet friendly with no weight restrictions on dogs.
This is luxury lock-and-go living with a private 1,200-square-foot rooftop terrace with built-in planter boxes so you can tend your own garden. This condo has everything you need without giving up the luxuries you have become accustomed to, plus the amenities of the most upscale high-rise living and worry-free HOA that takes care of landscaping and all the common grounds. The HOA fee for this unit, based on 37 cents a square foot, is $1,000 monthly, among the most reasonable rates in the area.
Schedule an appointment with Denise Edmondson today to see this luxury condominium home while it lasts. Contact her at email@example.com or 817-733-4869.