A luminous, light filled interior awaits visitors of the Tinner Park model home by Onyx+East. The overall palette of quiet, pale gray walls, dark wood floors and white cabinetry provides a sense of continuity and calm throughout the home. Dramatically veined countertops in the kitchen compliment the airy interior and simultaneously bring a natural element into the space. Clean-lined and mid-century styled furnishings in tones of charcoal gray, navy blue and grass green are accented with Carrera marble, brass and walnut to provide an urban sophistication in concert with modern interior architecture. To top it all off, art sourced from nearby Harrison Center for the Arts helps showcase this home as the residence of an owner who celebrates the vibrant nature of our city’s art community and is energized by living in the Herron Morton neighborhood.
At Onyx+East, we intentionally select smart locations and develop communities that make it easier for you to live your life and spend more time with the people and activities you value most. We understand that your new home is more than sticks and bricks — it’s an important chapter in your life. We want to give you a positive experience, a lifestyle of ease and a quality home that will stand the test of time.
Herron-Morton’s assortment of modern and historic housing has attracted a mix of residents, from young couples to empty-nesters, with plenty of activities that bring everyone together. Bound by 22nd Street on the north end, 16th Street on the south, Central Avenue to the east and Pennsylvania Street on the west, the area boasts excellent dining options such as Shoefly Public House, Foundry Provisions and Tinker Street. An active community, it hosts Oktoberfest in September and Talbot Street Art Fair in June, among other neighborhood gatherings.
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