16 Dec Townhouse on Turney
Happy Friday, friends!
In the midst of the holidays, I somehow forgot to share our feature of the Townhouse on Turney! Though you’ve probably seen plenty of photos floating around on social media, there are so many details that can get lost in translation online. Not a good enough excuse for me; you MUST see this gorgeous property!
This Townhouse for Turney is still for sale — and it’s without a doubt one of the best values anywhere near Arcadia! Someone is going to get a fabulous home, with all kinds of special details throughout. It rests in a charming mid-century community just outside of Arcadia. Plus, it’s walking distance from all your favorite restaurants, like Postino, LGO, Chelsea’s Kitchen, North Italia…the list goes on!
Townhouse on Turney
2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1,500 Sqft
One of the first things we did after getting into this project was demo a wall closing up the kitchen. Though we couldn’t completely bring the wall down (supporting walls: hate to love em’!), we opened up a passthrough as large as we could. We then extended a giant slab of marble out several inches to create a seated bar area that was as functional as it was pretty!
Can we talk about this barnwood accent wall? Our friends at Porter Barn Wood in Downtown Phoenix hooked us up with these beautiful pieces of their special Tobacco Barn Grey barnwood. I bet you can’t find the secret storage door that Bryce designed to blend right in!
Custom (read: brand new!) two-toned cabinetry created a more custom look in this kitchen, and I love how the cabinet colors played off the grey tones in the home! The stainless steel appliances really popped, and the white backsplash kept things under control with a clean, timeless look.
The living area is spacious and bright, thanks to big windows that let natural light pour in. If you’ll notice the slump block walls, they are super unique to the area! Slump block was used in most of these midcentury housing structures, and it creates a very cool feature on interior walls.
To keep things fresh, we went with two-tone grey paint in this room and added plenty of bright-white canned lighting in the ceiling.
With two bathrooms to design, we were in tile heaven! We lined this main wall of the first-floor full bathroom with subway tile, from floor to ceiling. This is one of our favorite looks — and with that patterned tile flooring, oh-so-chic! Bryce and I have these staggered shelves in our own home, and we thought they would make a great addition to this bathroom, wouldn’t you agree?
Now, this is where things got a little crazy: Custom. Steel. Vanities. We had a local artist design and build these for both bathrooms, and we could not love them more. These vanities bring so much structure to the space, and they are just gorgeous with their pretty marble hats! Also, please note that fabulous water faucet mounted from the wall – I love how this look came out!
We kept the flow with these details into the upstairs bathroom. This bathroom was wrapped in the subway tile, and it’s just beautiful! Penny-tile in greys and whites lined the shower floor, and bright lighting ties it all together.
Both bedrooms are on the second floor of the townhouse, and are quite large for the unit. Would you believe this office/second bedroom has a full view of the mountain? It’s true. This textured carpet keeps the bedroom soft and welcoming, while cutting down noise for the downstairs areas.
The master bedroom has a giant walk-in closet, and of course, we couldn’t help but flank it with a barn door! The same chic grey carpet, with soft grey walls make this space so cozy and comfortable. I especially appreciate the large sitting area, and the near wall-to-wall windows bring in such beautiful natural light!
Every moment Bryce, Andrew or I walk into this property, we feel such pride. This is one of the finest properties we’ve done, and I couldn’t be more proud of the attention to detail. There were so many special touches in this home (too many to list!). You’ll just have to schedule a private showing with us to see for yourself!