222 E Witherspoon St, Unit 906, Louisville, KY 40202
The most stunningly renovated unit of Louisville's most renowned luxury high-rise, this exceptional condo truly offers the best of the best. Extensively remodeled by Realm Construction and meticulously designed by Bittners, the unit combines the style of a sleek New York penthouse with the ambiance of a riverfront getaway, all while still conveniently tucked within the heart of Louisville. With sweeping panoramic views, hardwood floors and designer lighting, the main living space of the unit centers on effortless entertaining, featuring an open floor concept with formal dining room, spacious great room with fireplace and gorgeous eat-in kitchen. With pops of silver to add definition, the elegant dark wood and white kitchen is a modern gourmet dream, offering Scandinavian simplicity beneath today's most stylish and luxurious designs. The eat-in kitchen features high-end Miele and Wolf appliances, built-in coffee maker, artful wine rack, custom-designed backsplash and built-in glass dining table overlooking the beautiful waterfront. The unit continues with a gorgeous oversize study with private living room and balcony access before folding into the spacious master suite with windowed sitting room, his-and-her walk-in closets, and stunning master bath with herringbone accent wall, soaking tub and custom shower. The corner guest suite will impress any visitor with floor-to-ceiling windows offering soaring city views. The unit is complete with a second full bath, laundry room and two private balconies. Waterfront Park Place offers residents an outdoor pool, fitness center, terrance rooms and attached parking garage, all monitored by 24/7 security for the ultimate peace of mind. In addition to stunning city and waterfront views, this unit sits just moments from the Yum Center, Slugger Field, and future stadium of Louisville City FC, while still offering a spectacular front row seat for the area's biggest events, from Thunder over Louisville to Forecastle to the countless concerts and festivals of Waterfront Park.