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$ 620,000 | 3 Bed | 2.1 Bath

Overview

Located in the heart of Upper Arlington and across from Kingsdale and the new UA Community Center, this end unit 3 BR, 2.5 bath condo is the ultimate in classic city elegance and luxury. Gorgeous open floor plan with granite island kitchen, dining room, hardwood floors, and fabulous owner’s suite featuring a walk-in shower, soaking tub and 2 walk-in closets. Enjoy morning coffee on your private balcony with gas grill hook-up overlooking the trees of Upper Arlington! You will love the convenience of having a fitness center, movie theatre, card room and Skyview lounge all without leaving the building. Additional storage unit is across the hall. HOA includes basic cable & high-speed internet, water, trash, snow removal, security, and more! Comes with 2 parking spaces in the heated garage.

Property Details

Status Closed
Property Type Residential
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2 Full / 1 Half
Sq. Ft 2,058 (approx)
List Price Sq. Ft $305.64
Year Built 2008
Township None
School District UPPER ARLINGTON CSD 2512 FRA CO.
Style 1 Story
County Franklin
Subdivision Arlington Crossing
Address 3175 Tremont Road #401
Corp. Limit Upper Arlington
New Construction No
Assoc/Condo Fee $637.00

Interior Details

Air Conditioning Central
Basement Desc.
Fireplace
Interior Flooring Carpet,Wood-Solid or Veneer
Interior Amenities Dishwasher,Electric Dryer Hookup,Electric Range,Garden/Soak Tub,Refrigerator
Heating Forced Air,Gas
Miscellaneous

Exterior Details

Acreage 0.060 Acres
Parking Type 2 Car Garage,Attached Garage,Heated,Opener
Exterior Brick,Other
Parcel Number 070-014754
Exterior Amenities Balcony,End Unit
Windows Insulated All
Complex/Subdivision Amenities Fitness Facility,Sidewalk

Additional Details

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