If you seek the perfect Seaside setting located in Ruskin Place or if you are in the market for rare commercial space, this home is for you. Designed by New York architect Walter Chatham as one of Seaside's first live/work row houses & featured on the cover of Architecture Magazine, this home originally featured commercial space on the first floor with living space above. Though converted to all residential living, this home is easily converted to allow for an art gallery or other commercial venture on the ground floor. Recently refurbished and beautifully furnished with a distinctive contemporary and modern design, the interior of this home completes the overall design concept invoking row houses of the late 19th Century with a tropical flair and design as envisioned by the architect.
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Penfed Realty.