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The living room featured in condo #63 has glass doors that provide spectacular views to the river. The paint color in the open plan living and dining room is Benjamin Moore #1471 Shoreline.

The Pointe condominium features luxury living just outside the city limits, overlooking the beauty of the Brandywine River. The Pointe’s unparalleled location in a mile-long park provides privacy and tranquility. Clean lines and light filled spaces are the backdrop for the interiors of the condos designed by Stephen Motolla. Alive with brilliant colors, each is equipped with all the luxuries including granite kitchens, marble bathrooms, custom flooring and more. Each condo creates wonderful energy ranging in size from 2,070 – 3,270  square feet, each with different views of the river.

All of the condos are designed artistically using a different feel in each model. The color pallet, lighting and placement of decorative objects makes for a warm and elegant feel. “It is so exciting to see how the furniture and art work together with the architecture in the unit, bringing both to life,” says Motolla.

Intrigued? Take a virtual tour or call 302.654.9900 to speak with one of our sales agents.

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