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Thanks for considering this amazing building! The Beaconsfield building was built in 1911 and is the oldest high rise in the city, and was well ahead of its time. Built after the hurricane of 1903, the building was overbuilt, and was home to Howard Hughes and his mother while he attended Rice. The building has since become a historical landmark! This particular condo is located on the 6th floor and underwent an amazing full renovation in 1999. The home is over 2,250 SqFt with 3 bedrooms, and 2 full baths. There is a dining room, living room, kitchen, wet bar, den, study, as well as storage and 2 parking spaces. The home has an operational fireplace, hardwood floors, moldings, and attention to detail and quality unheard of in today's high rise buildings. The owners have taken great care to maintain the quality and ambiance this home exudes. Granite counters, newer appliances, fixtures, in unit laundry, and so much more! The area is maturing nicely and the neighborhood is becoming a place you want to go for an evening stroll, or catch a ball game at one of the stadiums within walking distance. Please schedule a showing today and compare what you get for the money!