Utilities: Cable Available, Electricity Available, Electricity Connected, Sewer Available, Water Available, Water Connected
Address: 603 ELLIOT PLACE STREET PH401
County: San Juan
City: San Juan
Neighborhood: Miramar, 00907 - San Juan
State: Puerto Rico
Spanish Colonial Revival building located on a quiet residential street in Miramar with plenty of curb appeal. This bright and airy 3,527 sq ft home is situated in a historic four-story boutique building with one residence per floor, the elevator opening up directly into the apartment. The home offers an open concept complete with ten foot high ceilings and beautiful marble floors throughout. An abundant living space opens onto the home’s dining room and spacious balconies. Adjacent to the dining room is a modern kitchen with a sizeable layout. There are 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The master bedroom is ensuite and features an accommodating closet. The home also provides two parking spaces and a storage area. The building is equipped with a full-power generator and a water cistern.
Miramar is designated as a historic zone south of the Condado Lagoon. It has a rich history as one of the Island’s long standing high-end neighborhoods renowned for its quiet streets and central location. There have been a number of additions to the area’s dining and commercial scene in recent years. It is located in close proximity to private schools, family-friendly parks, restaurants and shops.
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