Listing Photo Buyer's Agent
$ 370,000 | 3 Bed | 3.0 Bath


True 3br/3ba+loft den/office/family rm–over 2,300sf–best value downtown! Walk to Gay St Corridor, Capitol Sq, Arena District, riverfront. Floor-to-ceiling windows to unique, quiet atrium light well, soaring ceilings, ultra-modern design & fixtures throughout. Original 1920s maple hardwood floors. Kitchen w/island breakfast bar & great built-ins. Three private bedroom suites, each w/attached full bathroom. XL loft den (home theatre) would also make a spectacular home office, just outside master BR suite and overlooking main living room. Unique frosted windows, large walk-ins & lots of maple-clad built-in storage. In-unit laundry. Private storage unit. Garage parking spot and storage unit.

Buyer Agent

Kate Sanders

Kate Sanders


Property Details

Status Closed
Property Type Residential
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3 Full / 0 Half
Sq. Ft 2,312 (approx)
List Price Sq. Ft $168.64
Year Built 2007
Township None
School District COLUMBUS CSD 2503 FRA CO.
Style 2 Story
County Franklin
Address 106 North High Street #207
Corp. Limit Columbus
New Construction No
Assoc/Condo Fee $767.00

Interior Details

Air Conditioning Central
Basement Desc.
Interior Flooring Carpet,Ceramic/Porcelain,Wood-Solid or Veneer
Interior Amenities Dishwasher,Electric Dryer Hookup,Electric Range,Electric Water Heater,Garden/Soak Tub,Microwave,Refr
Heating Electric,Forced Air,Heat Pump

Exterior Details

Acreage 0.250 Acres
Parking Type 1 Car Garage,Assigned,Attached Garage,Heated,Opener
Exterior Brick,Other
Parcel Number 010-284838
Exterior Amenities
Windows Insulated All
Complex/Subdivision Amenities

Additional Details

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