Spacious rooms, pool and private courtyard condo by Harrington Sound has it all
This newly listed condo in well established Somers Gardens in Hamilton Parish has everything a small family or homebuyers looking to downsize could want.
Unit #4 is all on one level and one of its really great features is a wide entry hall and courtyard that separates the living areas from the bedrooms.
Priced at $650,000, the spacious 1,275-square-foot unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms- the master bedroom having an ensuite bath.
A path leads from the parking area to an elegant front entrance.
Once through the front door, on one side of a courtyard is a combined living/dining room and large, open-plan kitchen, with lots of cabinets and a breakfast bar.
Lovely cedar trim on the cabinets adds a touch of character to the kitchen, which is a good size for a condo.
The unit is tiled throughout and plantation shutters add a special touch in the living room.
There is split air conditioning in all major rooms.
Both the living/dining area and master bedroom open onto a private, paved courtyard, perfect for a pet or for outdoor entertaining.
From the courtyard, a gate opens onto a landscaped common area.
There are plenty of closets and storage.
The master bedroom has a small entry way and sitting area plus the ensuite bath.
A nice touch in the second bedroom is a bay window.
And the guest bath in nicely decorated with a terracotta tile floor.
The community has use of a large swimming pool with glimpses of the North Shore and ample space for lounging.
Somers Gardens on Green Bay Road is a safe, beautifully landscaped development offering proximity to amenities like the Railway Trail for walking, and a major grocery store.
You can also walk just a minute away to the tranquil waters of Harrington Sound.
A small path leads to a community swim dock, where you can take a dip or throw paddle board over.
The annual land tax is $663.60 and the maintenance fee is $525.00 per month.
This home is listed with Sharon Cranfield of Rego Sothebys International Realty. She can be contacted at 441 299-1406 or email scranfieldregosir.com.
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