Ednam Charlottesville Va Luxury Homes
Ednam Condos, Ednam Forest, and Ednam Village are older Charlottesville luxury homes situated next door to the newly-renovated Boar’s Head Inn and Spa (owned by UVA) and across the street from the fabulous Farmington Country Club.
There are 107 homes in Ednam Charlottesville Va, comprised of 83 both attached and detached homes, and 24 condominiums. Ednam Forest real estate consists of detached single family Charlottesville luxury homes. Ednam Village consists of Charlottesville luxury townhouses. And Ednam Condos is s small Charlottesville luxury condo community in Ivy.
Ednam condos were built between 1986 and 1988. The last one sold in 2019 for $550,000. Here’s how the Charlottesville luxury realtor described the condo: A fantastic 2 bed/2.5 bath Ednam condo in popular Ednam. This condo is on the ground/main level, no stairs, there is an elevator to the lower level garage/storage room and to second level units. Condo has hardwood floors, gas fireplace, Palladian windows, sunroom off the master bedroom, private covered porch. Large separate storage room in the secure garage, two designated parking spots. Ideal one level living only minutes to UVA, Farmington CC, Boars Head and Birdwood Golf Course. A great location and value.
Are Ednam Condominium residents members of Ednam? How do they fit into the Community? Do they pay the same assessments everyone else pays? How are they managed? Answer: Residents of both Worthington Place and Chamberlain Village Condominiums are residents of Ednam. Each of the condominium associations is a separate corporate entity governed by the Virginia Condominium Act, and has its own budgets, assessments, and organizations. Condominium owners pay the same general assessment, and assessments for road reserves, and snow reserves as single family homeowners in addition to their condominium assessments. The
condominium associations pay a fee to Ednam for trash services. Chamberlain Village has contracted with Ednam for management services and landscape services. Worthington Place is self-managed, and it has separate contracts for their