Tuesday Two Hundred: Even Condos Are Flying Off MLS, Like This Beauty on Lowest Greenville

5702 Hudson Front

I was chatting with Carrie Hill, one half of the dynamic auburn-locked duo of Olson & Hill Real Estate, and she told me she had a fabulous condo in a super hot area that was just on the market. I said “Bring it on!” of course, looking forward to mixing up our Tuesday Two Hundred feature with a condo property.

That was last Thursday, May 29. Yesterday, it was under option contract.

I asked Hill about it, and whether or not she would mind me featuring a property of hers that was already spoken for. ” Sure you can go ahead with it!” she replied. “That’s the way they all are now!”

5702 Hudson Living 2

5702 Hudson Living 1

Tell me about it! And of course a condo as cute as this one at 5702 Hudson Street. Unit No. 3 is a great two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath urban property that is in walking distance of the fantastic amenities Lowest Greenville and Henderson Avenue have to offer. It’s no wonder this condo went fast, too, considering this gem was priced at $219,000 and has 1,200 square feet.

5702 Hudson Deck

Built in 2005, this development has fantastic amenities, including off-street parking, a two-car garage per unit, and a roof-top deck that will be the place to party come St. Patrick’s Day. You’re also right at the corner of Matilda and Hudson, just down the street from Good Records, a few blocks from Mudsmith, and a short jaunt from Truck Yard and Trader Joe’s. Work downtown? You’ll have an easy commute by car, bus, or bike!

5702 Hudson Kitchen

Inside, you’ll adore the color scheme and beautiful hardwood floors. The kitchen is petite, but thanks to the great cabinet space and stainless steel appliances, you won’t mind at all. There’s a half bath on the second floor with the kitchen, living, and dining areas. There are plenty of windows, and a pair of French doors that open to a Juliet balcony.

5702 Hudson Bedroom

5702 Hudson Bath

On the third floor you’ll find the two bedrooms and their en-suite baths. The master clocks in at 13×13 and has a fair amount of natural light. The vaulted ceiling and closets are wonderful assets, too. The master bath is a five-piece affair with a jetted tub and neutral paint. You’ll love the light pouring in above the tub, too!

What a cute unit. I can see why it sold quickly!

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