Andre Iguodala’s Condo at The Ayer is For Sale
Last week there was a preview party with a “Luxurious Living” vibe for potential buyers and
residents of The Ayer to see the redesign of the original model unit where Olympic Gold Medalist Andre Iguodala lived while playing for the Sixers.
The condo has been reintroduced to the market with a new look and new
Hostess for the evening was Kelly Straka, owner of Lux-Living (L) collaborated with Ilyssa Gross on the design and furnishing of the unit. Kelly’s with her parents.
|Many reports state that homes that are designed or professionally furnished, sell much faster than homes that aren’t.|
|The exclusive marketing and sales agents for the Ayer unit. Lauren Lipowicz, Paul Lipowicz, and Emily Nussbaum of Keller-Williams Luxury Home.|
Soaring 11.5 Foot and 8′ Windows create a light airy feel and allow a lot of natural light into the 2193 square foot condo. Andre Iguodala slept here!!
Each home is professionally furnished individually to make the home stand out. The number 1 rule: De-clutter, clean, and/or organize all rooms in the house.
|all of the items in this photos were professionally furnished by Lux-Living|
Lux-Living is a boutique company that caters to specific
interior design and real estate needs of their clients. They work with
everyone from first-time buyers to the top developers and high-profile
clients in Philadelphia.
All artwork is original and is available for sale with Bluestone Art Gallery in Old City
All area rugs are Marc Phillips and are available for sale in the Marketplace Design Center
Like the Facebook Page Lux Living Homes and get a for a chance to win a free consultation. Follow Kelly on Twitter @KellyStraka, and her business @LuxLivingHomes
Call Paul Lipowicz at 215. 805.9451
about the unit which boasts three bedrooms, a den, three bath condominium at the Ayer,
a coveted a 13-story, 56 unit property prominently situated on
Washington Square, in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. The
list price for unit 6NW has been adjusted to $1,349,000.
Wonder why the bed (in one of the pictures) isn't facing the window so you can see the new view?