There’s something about this walled-in, Palms Springs-inspired condominium complex just east of North Central Expressway. The East University complex called Bella Gardens Condominiums has to be one of our all-time favorite SMU-area buildings, and for great reasons.
First and foremost, these units hold their value exceptionally well, as Unit. 222 at the Bella Gardens Condominiums is listed for $235,000. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit has monthly HOA dues of $226, making this an affordable income-producing property should you find yourself in search of a rental that practically leases itself.
And one of the reasons these units are sought after? The amenities.
Pretty great, right? I could see myself quarantining from coronavirus here, doing my laps six feet from anyone as the temps heat up.
The unit sizes are pretty fantastic, too, and Unit 222 packs a punch with 1,118 square feet that includes an eat-in kitchen, open living room, and plenty of light through the French doors that look out to the pool and courtyard.
Listing agent Clay Garrett with Keller Williams – Park Cities notes that this particular unit has been very well taken care of.
The open living area showcases “well-kept wood floors, beautiful breakfast bar, and uninterrupted views of the kitchen,” he says. The galley kitchen has been opened up to the breakfast nook and into an eat-in bar, complete with granite tile counters, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of light.
The light-and-bright feel extends to both bedrooms and bathrooms, which sport updated finishes and plenty of space for your furniture.
Thinking about taking advantage of record-low mortgage rates to secure your income-producing property? This Bella Gardens condo is a good place to start.
Clay Garrett with Keller Williams-Park Cities has listed Unit 222 at 5931 E. University for $235,000.