Seven single-family residences will comprise the Marsh Street Brownstones in downtown San Luis Obispo.
The project, which broke ground in late August, is under construction; preparations are underway for laying the foundations on the site at 1126 to 1150 Marsh St.
The residences, created by Andy Mangano, have two different floor plans — each about 3,200 square feet. The three-story houses will include three bedrooms, three full baths (shower/tub and toilet) and two half-baths (toilet only), a two-car garage, two second-floor balconies, a private elevator and a private rooftop terrace with a kitchenette and barbecue.
The exteriors will be modeled after Classic American architecture, while the interiors will reflect a typical brownstone layout. Features can be customized.
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Three of the houses have already been sold; buyers have been affluent early empty-nesters looking for a custom home in a downtown location, according to Amanda Dunton, a listing agent for the project with Richardson Properties. Four units remain; the homes are offered at $1,829,800.
Owner: Marsh Street Brownstones LLC
Contractor: Mangano Co. Inc.
Architect: RRM Design Group
Engineer: RRM Design Group
Broker: Richardson Properties
Estimated total project cost: About $11.5 million
Expected completion date: by September 2016
Map of Marsh Street Brownstones
The Marsh Street Brownstones project is being built at 1126 to 1150 Marsh St. in downtown San Luis Obispo. Here's a map of the approximate location.