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The Real Scoop on the Holladay Gardens Condos

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Do not, I repeat, do not buy a condo at Holladay Gardens Condos in Holladay until you have read this. I know what you are thinking. They are big, beautiful, new, and they are in Holladay and you just have to have one. Well slow down, partner, because there are some things that you need to know first.


Overview:Holladay Gardens Condos

The Holladay Gardens condos in Salt Lake City, Utah is a high-end condo community near the largest green space in Holladay. There are some great features that make these condos very appealing to some and there are some drawbacks that make the Holladay Gardens condos not work for others.


First, here is a link to every condo that is currently for sale at the Holladay Gardens Condos. This list is updated every day and includes a full photo tour of each property.

Summary of the Holladay Gardens Condos:

Pricing: $450,000 up to $700,000

HOA Fee: $377/month

Amenities: Secure underground parking, storage space, heated walks and driveways, video surveillance of property, secure passkey protected facility

HOA Covers: Water, sewer, garbage, exterior maintenance, common area maintenance, amenities

Size:  1800 sq ft up to 2500 sq ft

Year Built: 2007-20014

Animals allowed? 20 lbs and under

Parking: Secure parking garage

FHA Approved: No

Number of Units:

Laundry: Hookups in each unit


Click here to see all of the condos for sale in Holladay

Now let’s get to the part that you have been waiting for - the pros and cons, the good and the bad, the stuff I love and the stuff I hate.


The Good:

In real estate, location is everything, and the Holladay Gardens Condos are located in one of the best areas of Salt Lake City. They also offer luxurious single-level living, a very secure building, secure parking, heated driveways and walks so they don’t get icy, and, best of all, there is no yardwork.

The floorplans are all very well thought out with no obvious flaws. The community is quiet and still close to shopping, gyms, and entertainment. The grounds are very well maintained and beautifully manicured. It is hard to find much to complain about, which is great, unless you are a natural complainer; then it is really tough finding good material for your rants without driving somewhere.

The Bad:

The HOA fee is a little bit high considering that they don’t offer many amenities, although the amenities they do offer are high quality. Also, there are still a number of vacant units which makes the community feel incomplete. This should be remedied before too long, though.

Who would like the Holladay Gardens Condos?

Anyone looking for luxurious, single level living (and doesn’t have any pets over 20 pounds) is going to really like the Holladay Gardens. These could also make a great second home for a seasonal resident.


If you have any questions or you want to take a look at some of the condos at the Holladay Gardens Condos, give me a call or send me an email.

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