Inside Look: Converted warehouse digs for $1.3 million

Fairmount is home to plenty of slick new construction, but this historic warehouse on a tucked-away gated street is not one of them.

Built in 1920, this converted warehouse has been lovingly restored and renovated while maintaining much of the original facade and its historic character inside. 

The size is right: 651 N. 17th St​. has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and 3,800 square feet. But it’s the details that make this home special, from its historic arched windows flooding every room in sunlight, to the exposed brick vaulted ceilings that add drama against modern floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and globe pendant light fixtures.

The kitchen is built for the modern chef, with glossy white quartz countertops and custom wood cabinets that flank stainless steel appliances and a professional oven range hood, as well as barstool seating.

Plenty of luxurious features round out the rest of the house, including radiant heated floors and remote controlled fireplaces that keep this open house cozy during the winter, and a spacious rooftop deck that brags of a wet bar and skyline views to spend the summer outdoors.

The price? A cool $1.32 million.