This week’s featured property is the historic Enslen House located at 2737 Highland Avenue South in the Highland Park neighborhood of downtown Birmingham across from Rhodes Park. The 8,274 square foot marble-clad building that once stood as the former Birmingham banker Eugene F. Enslen’s home has since been remodeled into an office space and has served as the Trimmier Law Office most recently. In 1995, conduit was run throughout the building. The property features small suites available for lease, a commercial elevator, 4 onsite parking spaces and abundant street parking. It would make an excellent space for a professional services firm or event space.
The charming Highland Park neighborhood is conveniently located less than two miles south of downtown Birmingham nestled into the base of Red Mountain. The community is home to three parks, the Virginia Samford Theatre, and many historic properties such as the Enslen House. Well-loved restaurants such as Bottega, Moe’s BBQ, Babalu, and Rojo are all within walking distance.
If you’re interested in being a part of this wonderful community, contact Andrew Loveman, CCIM at 205-326-2222.