A Winsdor Square property most recently owned by the late fashion designer Christian Audigier, best known for his Ed Hardy line, will hit the market tomorrow, asking $3.299 million. The classically handsome English Tudor-style home dates to 1925, but it’s had recent updates, including the conversion of a third-story attic into a second master suite.
The house’s entryway welcomes guests and flows into a step-down living room, which features barrel ceilings, hardwood floors, and a sparkly chandelier—one of more than a dozen hanging in the house. There’s also a formal dining room and a large kitchen with high-end appliances and concrete counters.
Upstairs, the second story holds two guest bedrooms, as well as a master bedroom with its own sitting room and a marble-filled bathroom.
The house’s third-story attic was converted by the Audigier into a second master bedroom that has a walk-in closet, a double-sink vanity, and a unique black stone shower. The pitched roof gives the sleeping area a cozy, cabin-like feel—granted, it’s a fairly luxurious cabin.
Behind the main residence, a two-story guesthouse holds a full kitchen and bathroom, plus a bedroom upstairs. The guesthouse shares the landscaped yard with a pool and a brick deck.
- Majestic 1925 Tudor in Windsor Square [Rory Posin/Kristian Bonk]