The two-story, 3,138-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condominium in the Terrazzo is a pin-drop quiet, private sanctuary high in the sky. Situated on the ninth and 10th floors of the high-rise building and with floor-to-ceiling windows and four balconies, this corner unit offers spectacular views of Nashville.

“It was all about the views and the light,” says interior designer Robin Rains, who designed the space. “So we did keep the condo light and open, with minimal furnishings, just to let the views of the skyline be the focal point.” The indirect sunset views — the magnificent colors without the glare — are particularly breathtaking. While the walls are primarily white, there are a few dark gray accent walls. 

On the main floor is an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a pantry and a large island with ample room for four counter stools. The kitchen opens into an expansive living/dining area that also comfortably accommodates a grand piano, as the current owner can attest. There is a gas fireplace with a custom limestone surround by architect Ron Farris, the first of two, the second one being upstairs in the primary bedroom. Also on the main floor is a jewel box of a powder room with an architectural paneled ceiling.

Robin, the owner of Robin Rains Interior Design + Antiques, says she also replaced bamboo flooring with bleached white oak floors throughout. One bedroom on the main floor was turned into a music studio, with the addition of acoustic panels and LED track lighting. Because it has its own full bath, it could easily be converted back.  

A floating staircase, with a custom, solid brass lighting fixture composed of handblown glass globes suspended overhead, leads to the second floor of the home. There is a guest room with a full bath and a massive primary bedroom with a fireplace and enough room for a desk and sitting area. In the adjoining bath, there is a soaking tub, separate shower, double sinks and a large walk-in closet, which leads to the hallway. “So convenient,” says Robin. Just pack a suitcase, head to the elevator, and you’re on your way. The condo can be accessed from the lobby or the garage, where the unit comes with three parking spaces. It also comes with a storage unit. Building amenities include a gym and a rooftop pool.

Photographs by David Marrow, Virtual Media Tours