722 West Water Street

c.2018

The property was purchased by Capriotti Properties in April 2017, and converted to nine luxury apartments. The house had numerous walls constructed in order to divide up the rooms for individual offices and exam rooms, making it almost maze-like to navigate. Between removing the drop ceilings, taking down non-original walls, yanking out miles of office wiring from information technology systems, and fixtures being updated,we filled twelve 40 cubic foot dumpsters with debris! All of the windows are original, and repairs were made when needed. On the outside, The Foster House is sporting a new roof, a fresh coat of paint, and most of the woodwork and plaster detailing has been repaired. Mini split HVAC units have also been installed since only half of the house had air conditioning. The apartments throughout Foster House are each unique in the fact that they all have different floorplans. First floor apartments have laminate wood flooring and the second floor has maple hardwood flooring. The first floor has five apartments; out of the five, one has a single bedroom and the other four are two bedroom units and are, on average, 1,000sq ft. The second floor has four large units, each with two bedrooms. Unit nine is exceptionally unique since it is split between two levels using the second and third floor. The brand-new kitchens feature white Shaker-style cabinetry, granite countertops, and subway tile with glass inlay tiles for a stunning backsplash. Bathrooms feature surround tub/showers, tile floors, brushed nickel plumbing fixtures, dresser-style vanities, and a matching linen cabinet. The first floor apartments have a communal laundry room and each second floor apartment has their own washers and dryers.

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