1-1 Flat (572 sq. ft.) is a home with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and -car garage. Features include living room and walk-in closets.
With elegant contemporary materials, Sterling Crest infuses an upscale, sophisticated presence in its urban setting. The G-shaped, three story building is a meticulously detailed renovated condominium development with only 47 residencies. This striking modern update includes all brand new features with the notation of sustainability and feasibility. This is where comfort meets luxury. Step into a haven for living, working, and entertaining. The quiet, gated community offers a luxury lifestyle with a deep setback from Red River Street. This corner property is surrounded by medical buildings with Metro bus stops in front and nearby. Highlighted with exceptional landscaping and a swimming pool with hardwood deck, the property is illuminated with LED hallways and enhanced with security cameras. Thoughtfully designed, Sterling Crest creates enticing sanctuaries for the community. Contemporary interiors are built with high-end, energy efficient, and smart fixtures. Units range from Studios to One, Two, and Three bedroom layouts. Unique features include hardwood floors; fiberglass entrance door with Emtrek electronic key-coded lock; recessed lighting; remote controlled ceiling fans; custom-made, modern cabinetry; Pella windows with wood faux blinds; smooth wall paint finish; QuietRock premier fire-rated and sound damping wall panels; A/C fan coil with Honeywell thermostat; fenced off balconies. Each units comes with LG advanced stackable washer and ventless dryer. At Red River and 32nd Street, Sterling Crest is moments from Downtown and walking distance to the New Dell Medical School, Seton Teaching and Research Center, University of Texas (UT) Law School and Engineering School. The corner building sits at the dynamic intersection of the UT campus and the Hancock /Hyde Park neighborhoods. Surrounded by ample resources, residents are able to enjoy nearby entertainment and outdoor activities, such as Brass Concert Hall and McCullough Theatre, LBJ Presidential Library,
3110 Red River Street Office #207