It may be a largely historic neighborhood, but the opportunity currently exists to buy new in the Hill East neighborhood. The Watkins Alley development consists of dozens of new townhouses, along with a smaller collection of flats, duplexes and a single carriage house.
Made up of an interesting mix of Georgian and industrial-style residences, the homes of Watkins Alley are built up around two courtyards. Mostly priced from the high $700,000s to upwards of $1 million, buyers can generally choose from up to 2,500 square feet of living space. The floor plans range mostly from two- to four-bedrooms.
Options in the North Court of Watkins Alley include a two-bedroom, 2.5-bath flat. This particular floor plan offers direct elevator access and some available outdoor space.
There is also the option of a two-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhome. This floor plan comes in a two-level design, with direct elevator or direct courtyard access. There is also some outdoor space available to buyers looking for this type of floor plan at Watkins Alley.
The North Court additionally consists of some four-level townhomes. These homes include three- to four-bedrooms and 3.5-baths. They offer a full-floor master suite and some private outdoor space.
As for the South Court of Watkins Alley, buyers can choose from a four-level townhome with three- to four-bedrooms and 3.5-baths. These homes additionally come with a full-floor master suite and direct courtyard access.
Another option is a four-level elevator townhome. It also comes with up to four-bedrooms and 3.5-baths. This home features both front and rear roof decks, a full-floor master suite and a private elevator.
The Carriage House is the most unique residential option in Watkins Alley. It is a detached, one-bedroom, one-bath floor plan with 750 square feet of living space.
The Watkins Alley development replaced a former warehouse, auto repair shop and parking lot.