Ashland Condominium Complexes in Massachusetts
There are many complexes in Ashland, here are some popular one's I've profiled.
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Village of a Thousand Pines
This completed, 232 unit complex was built in the late 90's. There are many complexes like it, with similar floor plans, in Ashland today. Most units have about 2000 sq feet, and 2 car garages (if you count tandem parking). Most are also two bedroom units with loft space. A lot of space for young units in the 300's. Town water/Town sewer, at this location. Worth seeing as most units have impressive master bedrooms suites.
This completed, 324 unit complex was built in the mid 80's. Many of these units need some cosmetic updates, and therefore typically sell under 300. They typically have garages, and are around 1300 sq feet. They have fewer baths, smaller bedrooms, and fewer amenities than the more higher price units at some of the other condos - but that's as it should be. Town water, town sewer and gas at these locations.
This not yet completed, 28 unit complex is not yet finished, and is one of the new Active Adult Communities being developed in Metrowest. They have garages and central air, most are duplexes with over 2000 sq feet, and numerous bells and whistles that make them show well. The fees will probably go up when the complex is complete, but at this time are a relative bargain for the space.
This not yet completed, 76 unit complex is the latest portion of the large condo complexes being built in the Village of Americas. These units have similar floor plans to Mayflower, but are newer and some are bigger (some are not!). Very vertical, two bedroom units with nice amenities await. 2 Car garages (tandem) and good family rooms and kitchens. As with many of these designs, they appeal to those who like master bedroom suites, but can be tight for large families due to the lack of bedrooms. Town Sewer/Water; Nat gas heat. Prices are rising fast with the recovery of the local condo market.
Village of the Westerly Condominiums
This completed, 76 unit complex was finished in 1999. These units have similar floor plans to Mayflower, but were built 10 years previous. Very vertical, often two bedroom units with nice amenities await. 2 Car garages and good family rooms and kitchens for the small family or singles.
This completed, 388 unit complex was finished in the early 80's. With 1300 sq feet, they are a more traditional size for 2 bedroom units. The smaller size has a nice impact on condo fees which are near $200, and garages are of the 1-car variety. These units vary in sale prices due to condition, but often sell in a range from 200-260(2014). Town Water, Town sewer, Natural gas heat.
This completed, 84 unit complex was finished in the late 80's. These units have similar floor plans to several of the complexes in Ashland, they were just early versions. With 1800 sq feet, they feel roomy. Fees are near $400, and garages are of the 2-car tandem variety. Due to their age, some units may feel dated, and as such, they are relative bargains on the market, often selling under 270K (2014). Town Water, Town sewer, Natural gas heat.
This completed, 196 unit complex was finished in the late 80's/early 90s. These units have similar floor plans to several of the complexes in Ashland, they were early versions. With 1800 sq feet, they feel roomy. Fees are at $350, and garages are of the 2-car tandem variety. There are smaller units in this complex than the standard 1800 sq foot type. Due to their age, some units may feel dated, and as such, they are have lower price points, often selling under 270K (2014). Town Water, Town sewer, Natural gas heat.
This not yet completed, 80 unit complex is not yet finished, but has many units that have been done for some time. They are very vertical units - most have three floors - with 1 car garages underneath. They offer some nice amenities for the price, with open floor plans, attractive master bedrooms, and good sized kitchens.
This completed, 55 unit complex is an over 55 community. Fees vary, 300-400 range, and floor plan size and prices vary as well, with some units around 1200 sq feet, and others closer to 2000. Some are duplexes and some are stand alone units, more like single families. Town Water, Town sewer are a plus - but some buyers may not be keen on the oil heat. Young construction and good insulation will keep those oil bills down though! Prices range from $250-370k (2014)
Half Moon Village
This completed, 72 unit complex was built around the turn of the millennium (2000). Fees are in the low, 300s. These units have similar floor plans to several of the complexes in Ashland, and are the contemporary version. With 1800 sq feet, they feel roomy. Garages are of the 2-car tandem variety. Unit price points are $250-280 (2014), as the units approach 15 years of age. Town Water, Town sewer, Natural gas heat.
Village of the Americas
This not yet completed, 350 unit complex is not yet finished, but has many units that have been done for some time (it was started around 2001). They are very vertical units - most have three floors - with 2 car garages (tandem style) underneath. They have started to get pricey, despite the lack of a third bedroom (around 350K in 2014) with open floor plans, attractive master bedrooms, and good sized kitchens. Also see here. New Construction should be expected to cost almost $400K at of this writing (2014)
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Matt Heisler is a real-estate professional and owner of Heisler & Mattson Properties. He has been selling residential real-estate for over 20 years. He has given several talks on real estate, including presentations on first-time buyer tips & tricks, and profiting in real estate investing in Massachusetts. As a Vanderbilt University alumnus, he is proud to serve his local community. *All information is posted in good faith and is assumed to be reliable, but may rely on third party information sources.