Designer Showcase Home: 133 S. Bloodworth Street

DESIGNER SHOWCASE HOME: HARGETT PLACE

133 S. BLOODWORTH STREET | RALEIGH

LISTED FOR: $915,650

2,267 SQUARE FEET | 3 BEDROOMS | 3.5 BATHROOMS

1 CAR GARAGE | MLS #2098001

FOR MORE INFO ON THIS LISTING, CONTACT TINA: 919.601.3551or tina.saib@bhhsysu.com with Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices YSU Realty

Hargett Place is the latest downtown Raleigh development underway at the corner of Hargett Street and Bloodworth Street. Rising from a former surface parking lot, developed by Hyde Street Holdings and built by Greg Paul Builders, this is the first three story rowhomes in downtown Raleigh. Offering sustainabilty, including infrastructure reuse, green elements, and walkability.   19 row home residencies are available, starting from the $690's to $1 million.

The designer showcase home was designed with the theme of urban living, with a southern elegance and downtown edge. 

 You enter the home and immediately welcomed by the living room. The tones of gray and blue are subtle. The look of the room makes you feel comfortable with the collected, timeless pieces and the modern urban views. I loved the dramatic black-painted windows. Check out the paintings by Louis St. Louis that set the tone of the room. 

You enter the home and immediately welcomed by the living room. The tones of gray and blue are subtle. The look of the room makes you feel comfortable with the collected, timeless pieces and the modern urban views. I loved the dramatic black-painted windows. Check out the paintings by Louis St. Louis that set the tone of the room. 

 Always my favorite room of a home. The white cabinetry contrasting with the charcoal quartz countertops, with the marble hexagonal tile backsplash extending to the ceiling is absolutley stunning. I love that the whole home uses mixed metals, including in the kitchen. 

Always my favorite room of a home. The white cabinetry contrasting with the charcoal quartz countertops, with the marble hexagonal tile backsplash extending to the ceiling is absolutley stunning. I love that the whole home uses mixed metals, including in the kitchen. 

 The marbled hexagonal tile backsplash was one of my favorite features in the kitchen. 

The marbled hexagonal tile backsplash was one of my favorite features in the kitchen. 

 The light fixtures throughout the home made a statement. This stunning geometric glass and brass chandelier was a standout in the easy going space. 

The light fixtures throughout the home made a statement. This stunning geometric glass and brass chandelier was a standout in the easy going space. 

 The master bedroom was a bit on the glamorous side, but not too glamorous. Contemporary, but not too contemporary. It felt like a room that I wanted to relax in, which is how a bedroom should feel. The textures in this room was perfection. I wanted to touch everything with the mix of velvet, soft linen, and leather.  

The master bedroom was a bit on the glamorous side, but not too glamorous. Contemporary, but not too contemporary. It felt like a room that I wanted to relax in, which is how a bedroom should feel. The textures in this room was perfection. I wanted to touch everything with the mix of velvet, soft linen, and leather.  

 This wallpaper in the guest bath adds just enough whimsy, to the neutral bathroom. Again, mixed use of metals with cabinet pulls in matte gold and the plumbing fixtures in silver. 

This wallpaper in the guest bath adds just enough whimsy, to the neutral bathroom. Again, mixed use of metals with cabinet pulls in matte gold and the plumbing fixtures in silver. 

 A glimpse of the laundry room. This room was part function with the washer/dryer, but also had  stylish shelving for storage. 

A glimpse of the laundry room. This room was part function with the washer/dryer, but also had  stylish shelving for storage. 

 The rooftop terrace gives you an outdoor space to live. I was imagining myself relaxing as I drinking my morning coffee or entertaining friends at sunset. I wish I had gotten a picture of the actual rooftop for you to see, but I was busy enjoying the view of downtown Raleigh. This terrace even had a vegetable garden. 

The rooftop terrace gives you an outdoor space to live. I was imagining myself relaxing as I drinking my morning coffee or entertaining friends at sunset. I wish I had gotten a picture of the actual rooftop for you to see, but I was busy enjoying the view of downtown Raleigh. This terrace even had a vegetable garden. 

 Of course, after touring each floor and making it to the rooftop, why not take your own elevator back down. Downtown living is about convenience after all. This has to be the most stylish elevator I have ever seen. 

Of course, after touring each floor and making it to the rooftop, why not take your own elevator back down. Downtown living is about convenience after all. This has to be the most stylish elevator I have ever seen. 

What you did not see is the studio space that opens to the courtyard on the street level floor. This could be an office, den, lounge, library, whatever you want space. So many options. It had its own full bath as well. 

The powder room on the second floor had beautiful geometric wallpaper, with a beautiful round mirror hanging in front of a window. It was a statement for sure. 

Off the kitchen was a small porch. Perfect for morning tea and a few planters. 

You can still catch a weekend tour, April 8-9 from 12pm - 5pm. Tickets can be purchased at www.hargettplace.com/showcase and at the door. Tickets are $10. Your ticket purchase supports the 2017 Band Together and YMCA of the Triangle partnership to build a new YMCA in Southeast Raleigh. 

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