The three bedroom, two and a half bath home was already a sight to behold – the panoramic views of the city from the 1,000-square-foot terrace are nothing short of breathtaking.
But Lea Luchetti of Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty felt she needed my help to transform this prime piece of luxury real estate into a softer and more feminine home.
I carefully selected furnishings, artwork and accessories for each room, mindful of the style of the existing light fixtures, counter tops and cabinetry. The transformed space is magazine-worthy, boasting a transitional style that is contemporary and fresh.
According to Lea, interested buyers who toured the residence before the staging are now even more impressed when they view it with our furnishings and artwork. Ellen Kurtz Interiors owns all the pieces we brought into the residence, so buyers have the option to purchase the condo completely furnished.
The Chase Park Plaza Residence #1901 is listed at $2,299,000. The St. Louis Business Journal featured the home as their home of the day in late December. For more information on the listing or to schedule an appointment, call 314-503-0850.
A New Venture
Empty spaces and seller’s furnishings are no longer enough to close a deal on a high-end property. There are just too many options available on the market for the luxury buyer.
While we will still devote the same attention and passion to our interior design clients, Ellen Kurtz Interiors will also “Design to Sell.” We will transform poor-performing luxury real estate listings into the “must-have” homes that ignite bidding wars.
My design expertise and access to high-end furnishings and artwork translate to faster sales for brokers and sellers. I also understand what motivates people to fall in love with a space.
We will host a launch party at the Chase Park Plaza Residences on Feb. 9 to officially announce this exciting new venture. Thank you to all my clients and friends who have supported me throughout the years. I’m looking forward to 2017!