Review of the Waverly Condos, Downtown Orlando

The Waverly Condominium features 22 floors of one- two- and three-bedroom homes with floor-to-ceiling walls of glass. These grand windows bring in the great views of Downtown Orlando’s skyline and Lake Eola to make you feel like you are living in the clouds. Residences are spacious with ample living areas and breathtaking views of Star Tower, The Vue, The Solaire at The Plaza, Suntrust Center and Bank Of America Center. Only a decade ago, Downtown Orlando’s skyline looked completely different from today. Soon after The Waverly units became Move-in ready, new developers came to transform the heart of Orlando into a true city.

Just yards away from the new Paramount condos, The Waverly was one of the first to undergo “condo conversion” in Orlando. That’s right, it’s not new – they used to be apartments. A fact which doesn’t seem to have stinted their demand – in fact, the units in “The Tube” which face Lake Eola are as in demand as ever. Not surprising when you realize that The Waverly sits on a premium piece of land opposite Lake Eola, a spot which none of the other new downtown Orlando condos can match. You’re just a stone’s throw from Thornton Park, the new Publix and a brief meander from the ever popular Downtown Orlando Sunday farmer’s market.The Waverly Condos

The Waverly has the usual expected amenities including a resort-style pool with cabanas, fitness center, 24/7 doorman and security, conference room, business center and covered, assigned parking. Resale prices at The Waverly range from a couple of hundred thousand to about a million. COA fees include Community Pool, Escrow Reserves Fund, Maintenance Exterior, Maintenance Grounds, Manager, Pool Maintenance, Recreational Facilities, Security, Sewer, and Trash. Units are equipped with ceiling fans, contemporary features, luxurious bathrooms, kitchen with breakfast bar and modern appliances, washer and dryer hookups, large master suite with walk-in closet, balcony and much more.

After a long day you can hit Wall Street for drinks and entertainment. Rent a Swan boat on Lake Eola or grab a few friends and head over to the Dr. Phillips Center to experience musicals and opera. Living in beautiful Downtown Orlando provides easy access to I-4 and highways make drives to Orlando’s International Airport (MCO) convenient. Easy drives to Orlando’s finest shopping like Orlando Fashion Square, The Mall at Millenia or Florida Mall.


Average Sales Price:…..
$251,000

Average Rent:…………… $1,900/mo

2016 HOA Fees:……….. $0.45/sf

Owner Occupancy:….. 47%

 

 

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