Originally built in 1969, Belmont Arms condominiums were recently upgraded and updated to modern-day features and amenities. Its historic looking brick exterior brings a bit of maturity into this location. Successfully combining the beauty of the past with modernity is a difficult task, but Belmont Arms certainly succeeded. Though first impressions do last - meaning looks do matter - appearance can be the 'make it or break it' in a potential deal. For that reason, this condo community focuses not only on how they appear, but also the quality of their service/product (units).
These buildings offer a large number of options when it comes to choosing the perfect house. Individual units come in one and two bedroom but vary in price and size in square footage, and different levels of the building, as well (1st floor, 2nd, etc.). Inside the units, the stunning décor becomes memorizing. The furnished kitchen - complete with major appliances - was brilliantly designed with ceramic/stone tile flooring and granite countertops. Units are cooled by wall air conditioners and heated by hot water baseboards, not often seen anymore. Master bedroom includes master bath and large walk-in closet. Parking spots are assigned per unit, and an intercom system is used as a bit of security.
Additional features include the pet-friendly policy (with some restrictions). There is also an association available for a fee, but it includes: Heat, hot water, gas, master insurance, landscaping, and snow removal. Similar homes in the area maintain average sales prices between $130,000 and $214,000 - and these condos fall right around $159,000 on average. For the perfect blend of old school and new school, Belmont Arms is the place to be!