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Our website has both condos and townhouses listed because both are easy-care communities in convenient urban areas. But for some buyers, a condo feels too confined. This is especially true for those who are downsizing from a single family home. Condos are popular but they don't suit everyone. Enter the Townhouse, which may solve some of the problems nagging you when you look at those condo photos. Here are some reasons to buy a townhouse rather than a condo.
Reason #1 - Back patios and small yards. Just a little more outdoor space on the ground floor give townhome owners some relaxing, back-to-nature outdoor time in their own private space. Orlando townhomes usually have a covered patios, screened in to ensure bug-free enjoyment, but some older townhomes like those in Cherokee Place have open patios to a yard.
Reason #2 - More space. A 2 bedroom condo often runs about 1200 square feet. Townhomes are often 1400 or more square feet, and are a good choice if you are looking for more than 2 bedrooms. The Carriage Homes at Stonebridge Commons in the MetroWest development are two-story units with private driveways. A two-bedroom, two bath unit is around 1,500 square feet, while the three bedroom homes are over 1800 square feet.
Reason #3 - A garage! When you downsize from a single family residence, extra storage space is nearly always desirable. Of course, a garage is a secure space for your car. There's less chance of vehicle damage or theft when your car is garaged. Some insurance companies offer lower premiums with a private garage. Garages are also a prime spots for workbenches and art projects.
Reason #4 - Amenities shared by less people. Orlando townhouse communities often have less people that share the common outdoor areas and other amenities than those living in a high rise condo building or a more densely populated mid-rise condo development. For example, the affordable townhomes at Victoria Pines have plenty of grass areas that are easily accessible through the front or back door. There isn't an elevator, stairs or a hallway that keep you from having access to the outdoors, and the pool and clubhouse is centrally located.
Be sure to take a look at our Orlando Townhomes For Sale page for more choices! Then give us a call. We specialize in condos and townhouses. Let us help you find the best Orlando townhouse to suit your taste and your budget. We love Orlando and will work hard to earn your trust.
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Cherokee Place is a community of 2-3 story townhomes located just north of Lake Cherokee close to downtown Orlando. This artfully designed complex is surrounded by mature trees and is in a charming historic district just south of the 408 Freeway. These homes are quiet and secluded yet within walking distance to the central business district.
The individual townhomes at Cherokee Place are contemporary wood and brick construction with private, gated courtyard entries. Enjoy spacious ...
Enjoy a serene East Orlando townhome close to the University of Central Florida Medical School and conservation area with a two-story condo at the gated Victoria Pines community. These colonial style homes were built in 2005 and are situated around a lake-sized pond with walking/jogging trails. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse, fitness center, playground and dog run.
Most of the condos at Victoria Pines are two bedroom, two bath units with landscaped front lawns, private covered ...
Live in a conveniently located, gated contemporary condo complex in Orlando's master planned MetroWest community with a townhome style unit in Carriage Homes at Stonebridge Commons. These two-story units were built in 2005 and offer residents a pool, spa, tennis courts, clubhouse and fitness center - all with easy access to freeways, shopping, the theme parks and resorts.
Individual condos at Carriage Homes at Stonebridge Commons feature private ground floor entries and spacious ...
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Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed. The information being provided is for consumer's personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. This information, including square footage, while not guaranteed, has been acquired from sources believed to be reliable.
Last Updated: 2022-12-02 18:07:01