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Darcy’s Swanky New Pad

Posted on December 9, 2009 by under Life.    

Darcy's new place at Rumley

Darcy went to pick up the key to her apartment today. Since it is only two minutes from work, we decided to stop by. She had shown be pictures of the unit, but the pictures don’t really do the place justice. The loft is amazing!

The kitchen is completely open and has granite counters. There aren’t a lot of cabinets along the wall, but her pantry is enormous. I think the loft pantry is bigger than the pantry at her old house.

Every inch of the 2000 sq ft space is amazing. Darcy lucked out and got a unit with hardwood floors instead of polished concrete. I think the only thing I didn’t like was that the bedroom is open – meaning no door.

There’s a short hallway that you walk through and then there it is. I’d definitely need a door to hide my mess from everyone. LOL.

security monitor

Believe it or not, my favorite feature is not the jetted tub in her master bath, the huge pantry, the amazing view (you can see both the BOA and Epic Center buildings from her apartment), the rooftop access (with outdoor hot tub), the granite counters in the kitchen and bathrooms, although all of these things are great. My favorite feature is the security monitor that shows the hallway, parking garage, elevator, and lobby. I think that’s what Brian and I got most excited about when Darcy first described her new place to us. What can I say? We are nerds.

Anyway, I am so excited for Darcy. She moves in to the ultimate bachelorette pad this weekend. I can’t wait to see how she decks out the place. From all of the things that she has shown and told me, it sounds like it will be really swanky!

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