Tampa residents will soon have an exciting new place to hang their hats with the newly-completed Westminster Manor hitting the market in January 2019. Westminster’s twelve luxury brownstones combine a sophisticated, ultra-modern aesthetic with light-filled, contemporary living spaces. Designed by Justin Savich of Market Tampa Investments Real Estate Fund, the homes were inspired by the iconic brownstones of Brooklyn and London.
“I aimed to create a fresh space with unique and updated features that compliments the metropolitan-residential Tampa Bay lifestyle that’s emerging,” says Savich. With spacious floor plans and a color palette not commonly found in Tampa’s existing designs, the unparalleled attention to detail is what truly distinguishes Westminster as the place to live in South Tampa. Everything has been meticulously thought-out and finely executed, starting with the large, boldly-constructed entryway and ornate, open-air landing with custom railing, crown, and base. The four-bedroom floor plan offers an experience at every turn. The expansive, oversized window in the living area, for instance, illuminates a double-thick quartz countertop on the kitchen island and connects the home visually to the private backyard, filling the interior with warm, natural light. Savich’s vision originated with his desire to make ultra-luxe, modern living more accessible. “What’s nice about a project this size is you can really put forth extra effort in the tiny details and accents to really set it apart aesthetically without compromising functionality,” he explained. On the exterior, black iron framing accenting the windows and roof gives the property the same elements of style and sleek, ultra-modern feel that’s reflected within. Starting at $549K, Westminster’s luxury brownstones are open to tour May 21st, 2019 from 5-30-7:30 pm. Guests are invited to enjoy food, refreshments, and music as they immerse themselves in Westminster Manor’s unique approach to design and architecture. Located at 3421 W Horatio St.
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