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Montgomery, Texas Colorful Lakeside Home for Sale
12500 Melville Dr., Apt 312B, Montgomery, Texas 77356
Montgomery is a leafy lakeside town about an hour north of Houston and is the setting for this furnished Lake Conroe waterside condominium for sale. It is in an attractive community called Walden Harbour Village and has two bedrooms, two baths, 902 square feet and was built in 1978. The asking price is $215,000.
Walden Harbour Village sits just a few feet from the lake and has nice grassy areas down to the cement seawall. The building exteriors are gray.
Inside, the home is bright and cheery with colorful walls (peach, orange, red, baby blue, green, etc.) and white tile flooring. The living room boasts tall ceilings and a spiral staircase up to the loft/bedrooms. At the end of living area are glass doors and a nice private balcony with pretty water views.
In the kitchen are white cabinets, brown/white granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
Both bedrooms have slanted ceilings and gray carpet. One bath has dark wood cabinets, a walk-in shower and a washer/dryer, while the other has a white theme with a tub and shower.
Community amenities include a fitness center, tennis and pickelball courts, a garden, swimming pools, a dog park, a boat launch and fishing piers.
The HOA fee is $289 per month and covers amenities, water, trash, sewer and exterior maintenance.
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Next to the shores of 21,000-acre Lake Conroe about an hour north of Houston in South Texas, friendly Montgomery (population 2,200) bills itself as the "Birthplace of the Texas Lone Star Flag" and is one of Texas' oldest cities. Leafy and a little hilly, it has nearly doubled in size over the last decade as Houstonians have wanted to spread out.
Lake Conroe is what attracts a lot of people and is the perfect spot for boating, wake boarding, fishing and more. Trucks pulling motorboats and Jet Skis are a common site. Wildlife (armadillos, deer, etc.) is abundant. Many homes sit on acreage.
The pleasant, non-touristy downtown is peppered with historic structures, as well as coffee shops, ice cream parlors, a winery, a hardware store, antiques stores, sewing places and more. For items and services not in town, The Woodlands is about 20 minutes away and full of shopping venues, eateries, etc.
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