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Downtown condo with fab design asks $650K

High-end interiors distinguish Spring unit

Contemporary condo living room with window wall overlooking buildings and hills
300 Bowie Street, Spring Condos, #1207
Courtesy of Eileen Gill, The Gill Agency

Scoring a unit in downtown’s Spring Condos for a not-bad price is a neat trick, but the buyer of this remodeled unit with upscale designer interiors will get extra style points. In addition to being located in the heart of west downtown—near Seaholm, Whole Foods, West Fifth, and other useful and pleasant places—it’s not too far from the storefronts for many of the name-brand designers it showcases.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home was remodeled by noted interior designer Marion Darbyshire and features finishes by top names including Kelly Wearstler, Kravet, Cole & Son, Jonathan Adler, and Rejuvenation. The makeover made the most of the home’s 983 square feet, adding walnut built-ins to the second bedroom to make it a more flexible office/lounge area while remaining a place for overnight guests.

The northwest-facing condo has views of both the Hill Country and Lady Bird Lake. It comes with two parking spots and a storage unit as well as such community amenities as a pool, hot tub, and fitness center.

300 Bowie Street, Spring Condos, #1207 [Eileen Gill, The Gill Agency]