Highs and Lows 2011-Condo/Townhouses

MOST EXPENSIVE CONDO/TOWNHOUSE:

712 Zumwalt This waterfront townhouse at Harborside, a 4 bedroom unit sold for $818,000 and went with multiple offers.

HIGHEST PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT:

1027 Rudder at Bayfront Court. This 2 bedroom waterfront sold for $688,000, or $502.00 a square foot. Waterfronts are nice…

LOWEST PRICED CONDO/TOWNHOUSE:

3103 Admiralty Lane. That’s the only pic of this 1 bedroom unit that sold for $183,999. Last years lowest was also a 1 bedroom but it went for $294,000. This one was a foreclosure.

LOWEST COST PER SQUARE FOOT:

665 Portofino at The Islands. It sure takes something special to unseat Promontory Point for this award…but this one does it! It comes it at an incredible $200.00 per square foot. Of course you have to pay the $717.00 per month HOA dues.

LONGEST ON THE MARKET:

844 Balboa. Once again at the Islands. This unit took 336 days to sell.

GREATEST OVERBID:

842 Magellan at Winston Square. This 3 bedroom unit sold for $36,240 over asking and finished at $671,240.

GREATEST AMOUNT UNDER ORIGINAL LIST PRICE:

878 Ursa in Isle Cove. This unit, a very nice one began at $690,000 and ended up a short sale and closed at $525,000. $165,000 under the orginal price.

Comments

  1. island j is a cancer…

  2. The board at Admiralty must be on drugs There are 7, yes 7, mechanics’ liens on them and that is ON TOP of the $40,000 (roughly, it depends on unit size) special assessments on those condos. Smeone should really look into that association’s books, the board, and the management co.

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