The Real Scoop on the Brookstone Condos in Holladay

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Real Estate Agent

Don't buy a condo at the Brookstone Condos in Holladay until you have read this. What you are about to read may change your mind. At the very least, you will be informed about the good and the bad about this community. 

Overview of the Brookstone Condos in Holladay

Brookstone is medium-size condo community in Holladay with nicely manicured grounds and a lot of amenities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, etc. The turnover rate is low and so, even though there are 225 total units, there are rarely more than 2 or 3 for sale at a time. 

Before I get in to the community, you may want to see this list of every condo that is currently for sale at the Brookstone Condos in HolladayBrookstone Condos in Holladay

Summary of the Brookstone Condos in Holladay

Pricing: $250,000 - $550,000

HOA Fee: $250 - $350 per month (depending on the size of the unit)

Amenities: Swimming pool, in-unit laundry hookups, tennis courts, hot tub, exercise room, clubhouse, manicured common area with waterfall, pond, and streams, secure garage parking, party room/social center

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

Size:  2900 sq ft up to 3500 sq ft

Year Built: 1980

Animals allowed? 20 lbs and under

Parking: Secure parking garage

FHA Approved: Yes

Number of Units: 225
Laundry: Hookups in each unit

 

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Now let's get down to the good stuff - the good and the bad about the Brookstone Condos in Holladay

The Good
Holladay is a nice place to live, in general, and so the area and the immediate neighborhood are very good. The community is quiet and exceptionally well maintained. The grounds are always clean and the setting is very serene. There are a lot of amenities and they are well cared for (unlike at some other communities). The floorplans are all quite large and are, for the most part, laid out well. 

The Bad
Many of the units are badly outdated, although plenty of them have been very nicely updated. The HOA fee is also quite high so if you are not going to use the amenities, you may prefer to live in a community that does not require you to pay for them. 

If you have any more questions or you would like to take a look at the Brookstone Condos in Holladay, give me a call.

 

Connor Southworth, SFR, CNE
Salt Lake Condo Expert
Realtypath
801-792-5326 (direct)

Comments (1)

Anonymous
Pamela Wharram

Your blog is almost right. However concerning the HOA fees, this complex is on the lower end. We live in a Bristol which is about 3200 sq feet. Our HOA fees are $261 a month. Compared to the same size condo in Village III, we have friends who live there and they pay $350 a mo in HOA fees. People in Three fountains also pay $350 a mo in HOA fees.

May 16, 2018 08:10 AM
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