This highly desirable end-unit in Stone Harbour is yours to grab! Open floor plan design with two comfortable bedrooms & two full baths. Bright & sunny great room/dining combo is at the center of the home & features a fireplace, built-ins & vaulted ceiling. Cook-friendly kitchen offers good flow & workspace with an island; includes all appliances (even washer/dryer). Walk out to the private fenced patio from your bonus room – which you can choose to use as a casual sunroom, parlor or formal dining area. Quiet neighborhood is tucked away but close to restaurants, town & other amenities! Monthly HOA fee covers building exterior, all lawncare, snow removal, water, sewer & trash, making it a great value at just $195/mo. Don’t wait — schedule an appointment today!
Don’t miss this superb opportunity to embrace the Mass Ave lifestyle! When you own this unit, you’ll be able to walk just one block to all the fun & have easy access to 65! Located on the first floor of the building for uber easy access, overlooking the charming courtyard with a firepit. You’ll love the spaciousness of the rooms and the abundant sunlight that streams through the 9’+ windows to accentuate the stylishly distressed hardwood floors & exposed mechanicals. Entertain in style in an open kitchen with a breakfast bar, granite countertops & a full appliance package. Enjoy the convenience of a laundry room IN your unit! Escape to the roof to watch the sunset or the fireworks show or just to take in the view of the downtown skyline.
This is a lovely opportunity for a very clean, very well-maintained townhome in Indiana’s Fastest Growing Community! Skip the yard work & exterior maintenance, because the HOA will handle it all with low dues @ just $375/qtr. This unit offers the most convenient features: i.e. a bath on all three levels, oversized two-car garage with epoxied floors, TONS of storage (rare in a townhome!), quality finishes in the kitchen & hearthroom, gas fireplace, full-sized balcony AND TWO bedroom suites w/ large baths & walk-in closets!!
Richard needed to move his elderly sister to assisted living, and that left this cute little condo in need of a quick sale, and capturing his sister’s equity was important for her long-term care. He received a referral to Jennifer, and when they met, it was obvious to Jennifer that some prep work was necessary for the unit. It smelled of cigarette smoke, and the walls were dingy from years of the habit. They discussed the pros and cons of selling it “as is” vs investing a little cash into a clean up that would make it appealing to the most likely buyer. Jennifer lobbied for the latter, because experience has taught her that condo buyers typically demand “move-in ready” at any price. They quickly arranged for bids from qualified painters, and a good cleaning of the carpet, then set about to prep the house for the market. Two weeks later, the place was sparkling clean and smelled much fresher. They settled on a strong but enticing list price, and the advertising went live on a Friday morning. By mid-Saturday, three strong offers were received. One stood out above them all, and that is what Richard accepted. The sale was smooth and easy, and closed in May, with Richard receiving a nice check to deposit into his sister’s account. It is always a great pleasure for Jennifer to accomplish the goal, meet the need, and do it swiftly and efficiently!
Mary needed to start a new chapter in her life for a variety of reasons. Life had thrown her a curveball, and the decision to downsize was difficult. She purged and prepped to prepare her home for the market, and she called Jennifer in to sell it. The lovely home was sold in short order, and the hunt was on for a place Mary could call her own. She wanted a short commute, a place for her little dog Oscar to run, and some spare bedrooms for her grown kids when they came back for holiday visits. There were new memories to make, and Mary craved ease so she could focus on the good life! A townhome was the right fit, and she and Jennifer toured quite a few of them before she found “The One.” What a great choice it was! An end unit, in mint condition, with just the perfect floor plan, right by the community’s dog park. Oscar loved it! Jennifer connected her with a great lender for lovely loan terms, and a deal was struck. Hers was a sale and purchase story with an extraordinarily happy ending – Jennifer’s favorite kind!
This isn’t a Story of Sold (yet), but it’s a good one! I was out showing condos in downtown Indy today. My clients and I went into a very cool old building in a trendy section of downtown Indy, near 11th and College. The unit we were there to see was on the third floor, so we took the stairs, to encounter a fancy set of double doors next to a small single door that looked like a storage unit. We opted to try the keys I’d pulled from the lockbox in the lobby on the big doors, after all, you’d expect a $400,000 condo to have a decent entry, right? Seemed like the right decision when the door opened, so we went right on in. After all, we had an appointment. Super nice unit, huge, but sparsely furnished and decorated with pizza boxes, empty bottles of wine and several pair of very large tennis shoes. I assumed it was tenant occupied, so overlooked the poor staging. We all heard the shower running at the same time, and froze. Someone was home! Yikes! What to do? We had an appointment! So we backed out into the hall and closed the door and waited a minute. When we heard movement, we knocked a few times until a very very tall, dripping wet and super cute guy came to the door with toothbrush in hand. When we told him about our scheduled showing, he laughed and said it was the unit with the little door and people confused it all the time. Flustered, I tried the key in the little door, and it worked too? Turns out that was the back door of the unit we were there to see, and the unit was oh, so urban-contemporary cool! But that’s not the story. When I got home, I called the listing broker to tell her that a) she needs to provide better direction on WHICH unit is for sale, and b) the key opens both units! That’s when she told me she thought the neighbor was a Pacer. So I looked up the roster, and would you believe I walked in on a freshly-showered Tyler Hansborough this morning!