We are conveniently located in Berea, Ohio at the border of Strongsville, just east of Prospect Road and Sprague Road. Our street is accessed from Dorland Avenue. With easy access to I-71, I-480, the RTA Rapid and the Ohio Turnpike, we are convenient to shopping, schools and cultural facilities of the City of Berea and Baldwin-Wallace College. In addition, the beauty and recreation provided by the Metroparks system is just steps away from our back yard.
The City of Berea provides us with a vast array of services including rubbish removal, police and fire protection, while collecting one of the lowest rates of taxation in the county.
The sale of homes at South Point Trail is conducted by homeowners or through professional real estate agents.
Selection of a condominium home involves the evaluation of several important factors. South Point Trail Condominium offers the following advantages to today's condominium buyer including:
•Our maintenance fee structure provides reserve funding, landscaping, snow removal, insurance coverage for and maintenance of the common areas, as well as refurbishing and replacement programs for concrete, roofing, and building surfaces. Monthly maintenance fees are adjusted annually to compensate for inflation and reserve funding.
•Our convenient location is within minutes of shopping and other cultural facilities. Transportation to other areas of town is easily available due to our close location to RTA bus and Rapid stations as well as I-480, I-71 and the Ohio Turnpike. In addition, the beauty and recreation provided by the Metroparks system are just steps away from our front door.
•Your investment in a community of homeowners is enhanced by a restriction on leasing. Homes must be owner-occupied and may not be purchased for investment or speculative purposes.
•The City of Berea provides us with a vast array of services including rubbish removal, police and fire protection and maintenance of the public street, South Point Trail.
•Educational opportunities are provided by the Berea Schools, which have received numerous awards for excellence in education. Parochial schools are also close by. Advanced education and cultural events are also conveniently accessible through the facilities of Baldwin-Wallace and Cuyahoga Community Colleges.
About Condominium Ownership
A condominium is a form of property ownership where the homeowner owns an undivided percentage of the Common Elements such as the building siding, roofs, lawns, trees, mailboxes and access driveways, as well as a living Unit. Condominiums also have property known as the Limited Common Elements which are owned by all homeowners, but whose use and maintenance is exclusively granted to a particular Unit owner.
All homeowners are automatically members of the Unit Owners Association and are required to pay a monthly maintenance fee to cover the cost of the operation of the association and maintenance of certain Common Elements. The Association is governed by a Board of Directors who administer association operations as outlined by the Declarations of Condominium Ownership, By-laws, and Rules and Regulations. All homeowners are required to comply with the provisions of these documents. Some of the provisions of the governing documents include restrictions on the use and/or alteration of the buildings or other Common and Limited Common Elements. Review of the documents is advised for a complete explanation of all of the conditions and responsibilities that apply to homeowners in the association.
The Association does require notification of the sale so that necessary information may be provided to the escrow agent and lender.
A Sale Information package is available and must be completed and returned prior to the tentative title transfer date.
A special Real Estate Professional information package is available for real estate professionals marketing homes at our Association.
Lease Information - Use to provide updated tenant information. Units may not be leased for business, speculative or investment purposes and unit may be leased for a cumulative maximum of two years during the period of ownership.