Welcome in to this move in ready, first floor condo in the Berkshire Building at Terrace Park at Five Towns! Rarely available, over sized one bedroom floor plan that offers a flexible floor plan and ample space for home office, den, exercise space, or area for overnight guests. The kitchen has been previously updated with maple cabinets, solid stone counter tops, ceramic tile floor and white appliances, including brand new just installed dishwasher and microwave. There is carpet in the main living, dining, bonus rooms and bedroom all with ceiling fans. Bedroom offers a large walk-in closet just freshly painted. AC system installed in 2016 and serviced annually. This condo also has hurricane impact resistant windows throughout. The large bonus/sunroom has a wall of windows and looks out to a beautiful tree filled courtyard. Berkshire recently approved patios for first floor unit owners to install at their own expense with specific specs required. Berkshire has had recent building improvements including a completely refurbished elevator, new lobby floor and lots of beautiful landscaping. Wonderful, active adult 55+ community with 6 pools, 2 clubhouses, fitness center, tennis courts, shuffle board, lots of activities, clubs, events and a very friendly community. Great location in northwest St Petersburg....10 minutes to our Gulf Beaches, 30 min. to TIA, close to all amenities! See this lovely condo today!
Listing courtesy of REALEAN EVOLVE REAL ESTATE.
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