Incredible opportunity to live in the heart of Downtown Birmingham. This 3 bedroom. 3.5 bath elegant 4,300 square foot penthouse condominium boasts 9 balconies and a roof top patio allowing breath-taking views of the City and beyond. The intricate moldings, crafted mill-work, coferred ceilings, and custom cabinetry set this unit part from current offerings. One of 3 fireplaces warms the over sized Chef's kitchen breakfast room which is open to a large family room. The formal living room and walnut paneled library also boasts beautiful marble and limestone fireplaces. New warm hardwood floors were recently installed throughout the unit. There are only 4 condos in the exclusive building with a private elevator to each unit and a 3 car garage. This is a truly special opportunity! Listing Agent to accompany all showings. Draperies excluded.
Common Entry Building, End Unit, High Rise
Attached, Basement Access, Direct Access, Door Opener, Electricity
Cable Available, Elevator/Lift, Humidifier, Intercom, Jetted Tub, Pets Allowed, Programmable Thermostat, Security Alarm (owned), Sound System
Bar Fridge, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine
Central Air, ENERGY STAR® Qualified A/C Equipment, Heat Pump
Outside Lighting, Private Entry
Property Summary -- MERRILLS PLAT: Located in Birmingham in the 48009 zip code, this home was built in 2000 and is 4,343 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms on 0.00 acres. It has been on the market for 18 days with an original listing price of $3,750,000. 180 Pierce St Unit 1 is part of the Birmingham School District.
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