Dedicated tour-goers will be thrilled to take a peak
at one of the new Cedarmount condominiums. The
project began just a few years ago, and this unit was purchased and
completed by the current owners one year ago.
Luxury appointments characterize this home from bottom
to top. You will notice immediately upon
entering the marble floors. The “forest web” marble covers
the first floor entry way, office and powder
room. The traditional, paneled office features a magnificent marble
As you ascend the stairs to the second (and main) floor,
you will notice a painting by Nancy Wasylyshyn,
a Cleveland artist, which is appropriately named “Blue Pegboard.”
The custom made kitchen was designed by the owner and features Brazilian
Exotic gold granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. The
cherry cabinets were made by a local company, Artisan, and the island
includes a built-in wine rack. The charming window seat hides storage
space. Notice the art glass lights above the island.
The wall sconces on the left as you exit the kitchen
have traveled with the current owners and have lived
in four different homes. Two bronze sculptures demand attention on this
floor. Both are by Linda Prokop. The first is "Heart and Soul"
which is outside the powder room and the ladder on the coffee table
is titled "Hanging onto the bottom rung."
The Bronze on the floor is by Tolla and is entitled "Accumulating
Knowledge 2." The painting over the
cherry fireplace is by Ronald Dupont (a French artist) and is called
"sans titre" (without title!) So, the
owners lovingly named them "Dean and Dennis."
The entertainment center was found in a magazine in Barcelona
by the owner. She brought the magazine home and had a local company
duplicate the piece.
The carpet on the staircase and 3rd floor hallway is
Louis de Portere; it's New Zealand wool. The floor
and shower in the stunning master bath is made of honed terra odyssey
limestone from Turkey. The
countertop is Walker Zanger Cote d'or mélange 2 x 4 Rhomboid
The tile in the guest bath is Isparta noce and Sicis
Pietre Romane travertine tile with bronze work studio petroglyph inset
tiles. The fourth floor media room features a patterned Berber carpet.
Above the wet bar are various glasses made by European artists. On a
clear day, guests can see downtown Cleveland from the fourth floor patio.
- Hammered nickel door knobs
- Eight foot doorways throughout
- Timpani stainless steel sink in second floor