Double Unit At Olive 8 – Horse Art Included

It was the curious bachelor like decorating of unit 3005 at Olive 8 that caught my eye. Digging in turns out #3005 is a combination of unit 3005 and 3006 to form a 2,158 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2.75 bathroom place. I like the “driftwood toned hardwoods” floors but am a little weirded out by all the horse art. Which, apparently comes with the place, “this gorgeous Elle Décor interior, is sold turn-key w/ all furnishings & A/V equipment, 2pkg & 2stg included.”

Would you be surprised to learn that the seller is a female financial advisor? When I first saw all the black leather and metal I thought for sure it was a guy.

Listed at $1.85m. Unit 3005 sold new for $795k and 3006 cost $533k in 2013 for a total of $1.328m.

737 Olive Way - Living 2

737 Olive Way - Living 3

737 Olive Way - Living 1

737 Olive Way - Bedroom

737 Olive Way - Bath

737 Olive Way - ART

737 Olive Way - View

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About Matt Goyer

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  • myothercarsthetardis

    Very “50 Shades”-esque.

  • JJS

    All these condos, I am sooo tiered of the grilles and such in the ceiling. They stuff everything up their in the view, where they could raise the floor and get everything out of vision. It seems everything is built this way, too bad it really makes these beautiful spaces not worth the value they ask..

  • phil

    They could have at least painted the grilles to match the walls.

  • LOreal7

    Love the floors, lose the horses and freaky (deadly) horns. The rug in the living area needs more contrast with the floor. It’s a big tan mess.