Building Spotlight: The Moderne Rice Village
If living in Rice Village is where you want to be, but you have always wanted to live in a luxury condo, The Moderne is the place for you.
You can’t get more unique than with a 360-degree view of the area and more.
The building itself presents a clean, modern style enhanced with sleek features and finishes. Spacious floor plans are a plus for residents as well.
Rated with an impressive 93 Walk Score, this luxury condominium building has a desirable location near Rice Village shopping area, which is stocked with an incredible selection of restaurants and retail shops. Residents also have employment and excellent medical care at their fingertips with proximity to the Texas Medical Center.
Joel Bickley, listing agent at The Moderne Rice Village, said this building hosts only six residences and is currently Houston’s only condominium that offers one home per floor. The building offers a semi-private elevator.
“You cannot beat the location. Located on the corner of Morningside Drive and Tangley Street, residents have some of Houston’s best dining, shopping and nightlife right outside their front door. Rice Village is an authentic urban district in Houston,” Bickley said.
Residents can get comfortable in condo units with two bedrooms, 2½ baths and a study — all measuring in at 2,239 square feet.
There are also covered outdoor living areas from 310 to 416 square feet.
You will find notable signature features ranging from Armony cabinetry in both kitchen and bath to hardwood flooring, oversized master bedroom closet, and access-controlled parking garage and entry into the building.
Interior highlights include 9- to 12-foot ceilings, home automation packages, double glazed commercial grade windows, and solid core, flush-style 8-foot interior doors.
Relaxing in your master bedroom and bath is easy to do.
The master bath offers a large soaking tub, porcelain floor and wall tile, frameless glass shower enclosures, and Delta plumbing fixtures.
The kitchen also delivers a luxe experience with European-style cabinetry by Armory, under-cabinet lighting, quartz countertops, Thermador 18-inch wine tower, and Fisher Paykel appliances.
Even with all of these high-end features, Bickley said buyers are most impressed with the views.
“Each home offers panoramic views, and the residences have two balconies. Views include west of downtown, Museum District, Rice University and the Texas Medical Center. You can see the Astrodome and NRG to the south,” he said.
To book a tour or for more information, go to http://themodernehouston.com/contact.