- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
Cobourg Condo For Sale
Offered at $ 280000.00
You’ll love the life you’ll live in this 2 bedroom condo.
Quality Built, safe, secure and private both inside and out.
You’ll love the life this 2 bedroom condo will allow you to live. You’ll find the bright and airy feeling a welcome surprise from what most people expect in a small condo. This really feels more like a small home. Having your own front door and controlling your own environment makes such a difference. But before you even enter you are in your own space. A large protected patio greets you as you arrive. In the days of Covid-19, have direct access to the outdoors in a safe and protected place is critical to really being able to live. In Cobourg and Port Hope there are not many condos that bridge the home to apartment formula. Properties such as this can be hard to find. Entering the condo you see the next thing that is unique for any condo in Cobourg or Port Hope – even the larger ones. You have a foyer. A place to greet guests, a place to take off your shoes and coat. And a place that lets you enter your home without walking directly into the living room. The feeling of space is so important to making a house a home. The open concept principal area, while making for maximum efficiency allows you to define your space as you wish. The living room is large enough for even the imaginative decorator. The area that is large enough for a full dining room suite could also be home to computer, or study area or even an arts corner. The master bedroom is ample and boasts a large walk-In closet. This is a place you’ll really be surprised at.
In Cobourg there are several of these cluster condos. Quality built by Satllwood homes, they boast high grade construction. And they are built like a home. Brick exterior and traditional shingled roofs make for a less expensive and easier to understand maintenance program.
Buying and moving into a condo can be an intimidating process. It’s big change if you’ve always lived in your own home. For many, the idea of “sharing” a space with others can be unsettling. Elevators, hallways and common areas are foreign to us and make us uncomfortable.