Picture this: beautiful three story condo, two car garage, private elevator, spectacular view of the Indian River in Brevard County FL, priced in the mid $200's. Sounds wonderful doesn't it? What the description doesn't tell you is that there is no direct entry into the complex. One must drive through an older single home neighborhood to access the complex. And what the description also doesn't tell you, in addition to the spectacular view, most units also have a spectacular view of the gas station next door. Nor does the description tell you the complex is located just feet from a major highway. The units are beautiful, the floor plans are awesome, as are the room sizes, and don't get me started on the private elevator in each unit, to die for. But the minute you step outside on the balcony, the roar of the traffic is deafening. Anyone out there want cars and trucks whizzing past, right under their balconies?
Staging for the model was completed last week. First open house was last weekend. It will be interesting to see if any potential buyers can even find the access to the complex, and what the reactions are to the traffic noise. What was this builder thinking?