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Regents Park Condo in the Duckpond

$285,000

136 NE 4th Street
Gainesville FL 32601

MLS #357909

Elegant modern downtown condo with your own garage! Need I say more?

Regents Park residents love this location. Enjoy the experience of living downtown, yet be far enough away from the crowds to have quiet when you want it. Your friends will be impressed with the location and quality of this condo.

Meet your friends at the condo for a few cocktails on the back patio, then stroll to some of the best restaurants in Gainesville. After dinner enjoy a play at the Hippodrome theater, or dance the night away at a local pub, and stroll back to your place. You are just a short walk to Gainesville favorites like The Top, Emiliano’s, Tall Paul’s, Lillian’s, The Hipp, and The Sun Center.

This 3 bedroom 2 ½ bath condo is beautiful and elegant. The large foyer shows off some of the best features of the condo, with hand-scraped wood floors, arches, columns, and stairs all on display to give you an impressive backdrop.

The large living area is light and bright, the bay window lets in a ton of light all day. The open floor plan shows off the expansive hand scraped wood floors on the first floor. The arched doorways frame the spaces well, while leaving an open feel and comfortable flow between the rooms.

Entertain a large group in the spacious dining room. The huge kitchen makes it easy for guests to keep you company while dinner is cooking, there is room for them to sit and chat at the bar while still leaving plenty of counter space for food preparation.

You’ll love the extra storage space in the huge pantry, it’s perfect whether you are preparing for doomsday or just have a huge wine collection you’d rather not admit to.

The stairs and oak balustrade leading to the second floor are beautiful.

All the bedrooms are upstairs. The master suite faces the street and has double doors opening onto a small private balcony. The room has plenty of space for large furniture. There are two walk-in closets, and a large bathroom with extra cabinets for storage. The laundry is tucked away in there also, to save you from carrying your laundry up and down the stairs constantly.

Set up your home office in one of the back upstairs bedrooms for peace and quiet, and use the other bedroom for guests.

Past the kitchen on the first floor is your access to the balcony and your garage. The balcony overlooks the shared courtyard. The stairs take you down to the ground level and your garage, access to the garage is through the shared courtyard and a security gate. There is extra parking on site, as well as parking permits available through the city for on-street parking.

Regents Park is a 10 min bike ride or half hour walk to UF campus. 15 min bike ride to Shands Hospital.

 

photo source: LAURA VAN DYKE/Special to The Sun

Under construction – ICF walls before they are poured. photo source: LAURA VAN DYKE/Special to The Sun

The building is ICF (insulated concrete forms) construction with a metal roof. You won’t be bogged down with any maintenance – the association takes care of everything including pest control.

ICF, also known as, insulated concrete forms is considered a high performance residential construction material. ICF is made by pouring concrete, reinforced with metal, between two layers of insulating foam. ICF is very energy efficient and very quiet, making it an ideal material to use in a condo. Benefits include strength, energy efficiency, sound absorption, fire protection, and air quality.

For more information:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insulating_concrete_form

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20030529/LOCAL/205290340

 

 

Features

Inside

Size 1,986 sqft living space
3 Bedrooms
2 1/2 Bathrooms
Living Room
Dining Room
Kitchen
Patio
Laundry Closet

Outside

In the Duckpond
Walk to Downtown Restaurants
Private Garage

Construction

Built in 2004
ICF Concrete
Brick and Stone Accents
Metal Roof
Electric heat & cool
Sprinkler System
1 Car Garage
City Water and Sewer

 

Neighborhood Details

Regents Park was designed by local architect Jay Reeves, and built by AMJ construction in 2004.

It is styled after D.C. row homes and meant to compliment the Commerce Building that Regents Park shares a parking lot with.

Condo fees are $157/month and include high speed internet and pest control.

You are just a short walk to Gainesville favorites like The Top, Emiliano’s, Tall Paul’s, Lillian’s, The Hipp, The Sun Center, the library, and local coffee or wine shops.

 

Nearby Schools

Metcalfe Elementary
Westwood Middle
Gainesville High

School Info

Alachua School Board Zoning Maps
History of Rankings

You can call The Zoning Office at (352) 955-7700 for more info about any school.

see also:
Oak Hall Private School

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Where is it?

From the intersection of Main Street and University Ave, travel East on University Ave for four blocks. Turn left (North) onto NE 4th Street. Go one block and condo will be on the left, about half way down the block. The front door is not on the ground level, take the stairs up to the second floor and condo is the door to the right.

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