Winter Park Brownstones to Break Ground on Morse


Winter Park is set to break ground on eight luxury townhomes on Morse Avenue in the second quarter of 2015. Phil Kean brings his understanding of luxury living, with indoor-outdoor flow, flexible interior layouts for gracious entertaining, and intimate Master suites to this Urban setting.

Within blocks, of Downtown Winter Park, the Sunrail Station, the farmers’ market, museums, golf courses and more, residents will experience the sense of New York’s Iconic Brownstones.

The eight townhomes are 3 and 4 bedroom, and feature a private two-car garage, a private door entry and interior elevator. Here is the floor plan for the most lavish unit, a 4 bedroom home, with sweeping staircase and huge rooftop terrace.


Read the article by Megan Ribbens in the Orlando Business Journal:

Here is the link to Phil Kean’s Waycool Homes Webpage for The Brownstones, which has all the unit plans and the video fly through, as well as contact information to inquire to purchase:


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2 Responses to Winter Park Brownstones to Break Ground on Morse

  1. Carmelo Monti (Mel) says:

    From the picture above only one of the units appears to be a Brownstone. I’m sure all the relocated New Yorker’s will love’em. What bothers me is the use of the term “Brownstone” to add panache (flamboyance or swagger) when the architect designed a series of row houses. I guess row house just doesn’t fit the caliber or style for Winter Park .
    New York Brownstones were given their names for a particular reddish-brown sandstone quarried in the eastern US circa the mid and late 19’th century. The often “row houses” were faced with the brownstone, thusly the reference to them as Brownstones.
    I like the term row house, as in the beautiful Federalist style brick row house we purchased in LaSalle Park district in St. Louis, MO., dated 1810. Now, that’s a classy name with panache, LaSalle Park.

  2. Carmelo Monti (Mel) says:

    The Floor plan layout exhibited in the post is very nice. The elevations, though alright in my opinion, look too British for my taste. Still well done, but do not carry the flare of the opulence that needs to be expressed for the dollars that will be spent on the units themselves.
    I believe that I will be more impressed once I see them in person than from the rendering shown above.

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