Prince Charles Apartments c. 1972

Built by Charles and Nancy Wallace, Prince Charles Condos quickly became a Salisbury landmark synonymous with luxury.

In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, two residents of the three-story building have graciously agreed to open the doors to their condo homes! With condos ranging in size from 1200 square feet to 4500 square feet, the homes here feel anything but small. John and Jayne Helms bought the building in 2007, and went through an extensive remodel to bring it into the 21st century while also honoring its traditional past and details. Grand moldings, marble floors, and tall ceilings were all brought to life.

The units on tour are both similar in floor plans and different in styles. The same designer, Sherry Beck of The Designing Eye in Salisbury styled both condominiums. Barry Phillips and Jerry Elmi’s home is a mix of classical style with touches of fun, including a gold ceiling, baby grand piano, and luxurious wainscoting throughout. Weston Ewart’s home is a blend of midcentury modern and American heritage styles, with a mixture of American and European antiques, concrete floors, and neutral colors.