One of only three units available out of seven total bespoke homes at Austin’s iconic Saint Cecilia Residences hits the market for $2,200,000. On the same grounds is the music-inspired Hotel Saint Cecilia that was originally built in 1888 as the Miller-Crockett house and is now frequented by musicians. Many aspects of the hotel are reminiscent of the 1960s and 70s and the residences embody the same spirit.
Located in the heart of Travis Heights, one of the most beloved neighborhoods in Austin, Saint Cecilia Residences is a collection of seven highly curated luxury properties designed by Lake Flato Architects with interiors by internationally known boutique hotel concept, Bunkhouse Group.
Unit 21 is located on the second floor and boasts coveted views of the Downtown skyline that can be admired from an expansive 520+ square-foot terrace. The 1,890 square-foot north facing home with two bedrooms and two bathrooms serves as an urban respite amidst one of the city’s most bustling neighborhoods.
The private resident elevator opens directly into the main foyer decorated with millwork paneling in the noir color palette and featuring the stained European walnut flooring. The kitchen and entertaining areas’ open floor plan showcase custom white Taj Mahal quartzite countertops, Miele appliances, and window installations from Sierra Pacific.
Black penny Cle tiles in the master bath en-suite are paired with a Lavaca soaker tub honed with Taj Mahal quartzite.
Besides full time concierge, and valet services, residents receive access to the coveted Saint Cecilia Hotel and Hotel Magdalena amenities.
110 Academy Dr, 21 is listed by Douglas Elliman licensed associates Katherine Stinson, Stuart Watkins, and Kris Vermelis.