30 Hugo Crescent – A treetop garden oasis.

hugoAt the end of a quiet court, overlooking the mature elm, oak and maple trees, unit 302 at 30 Hugo Crescent is a one-bedroom condo apartment bright and spacious with it’s open concept design and modern decor. I just love this place. In the morning when the sun comes up, the natural light streams in through the large windows that run along the length of the living room and solarium. The solarium doubles as an office. You can’t help be inspired by the setting.

It is a wonderful building, well situated near shopping and the expressway. And by the way, Hugo Crescent isn’t really a crescent; its a court – the only traffic you’ll see and hear is the traffic to and from this small building. The building amenities include a security entrance, a lovely lobby, a party room, an exercise room and a work shop – perfect for those do it yourself projects.

Unit 302 is a top floor unit. It is completely updated and decorated and with five high-end and new appliances included –  you’ll never want to leave the comforts of your new home. The kitchen has stainless appliances (including the range hood), fridge (2013), stove (2013), dishwasher (2013). There is in-suite laundry too, with stacked Samsung Front Loading washer (2011) and dryer (2011).

It’s a condo so you won’t have to worry about building insurance, garbage removal, snow removal, or landscaping. They are all included in your condo fee. Also included is water and parking.

Listed for sale at $129,900 you can’t really do much better for a small condo in Waterloo Region. The unit is beautiful. The location of 30 Hugo is excellent. The municipal taxes are even low. It is a very friendly building. As I was in over the past couple of weeks, meeting with the seller, helping with the photo crew… everyone I met was so nice. Many residents have lived here for many many years and say they wouldn’t live anywhere else.

So if you’ve ever asked yourself, “Why am I paying rent, when it would cost less to own?”, now is the time to act. Interest rates are low. Demand for great homes is high. If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Why am I still living in this big old house? It’s time to downsize”, 30 Hugo Crescent could be the place for you.



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Update October 1, 2014: SOLD

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