Main Line Condo Map
Main Line Condo Spreadsheet
The information in the spreadsheet below is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. It has been gathered from public records, from property listings and from speaking with condo association members. If a cell in the spreadsheet is empty that means I could not find the value and it's unknown. The scrolling operates strangely at times. Use the page down key to force scrolling to the bottom of the spreadsheet.
Definitions of Select Columns
- Name - Name of the condominium development or, if there is no name, the address of the development
- Bed/Bath Combinations - Number of bedrooms, followed by '/' and number of full bathrooms, followed optionally by '.' and number of partial baths
- Parking Facilities - Describes types of parking available. Possible values are 'garage, 'lot', 'driveway' and 'street'
- Parking Spots with Unit - The number of parking spaces allotted to each unit. It doesn't mean that only this many are available if say, for example, you had a party. It's a minimum of spaces available
- Unit Sq Footage Range - Smallest interior square footage of any unit in the development to largest square footage
- Condo Fee Range - Range of condominium fees from smallest to largest. This often varies with the square footage of the unit. This number can change quickly and generally increases over time with inflation.
- One Time Fee - There are usually one time fees, payable by the new owner when a unit is sold. Frequently, there is a capital contribution of several month's condo fees. There is also generally a small move-in fee. Less often, there is a special assessment for a recent building improvement. The value in this column is a total of all applicable fees. The amount of these fees can change quickly. Often the fees are not included on the listing.
- Common Amenities - Facilities available to all residents of the development such as a community pool. If there are fees associated with an amenity that is noted
- Onsite Mgmt - 'Y' if there is onsite maintenance/management personnel. 'N' if none
- Style - This is the single most confusing aspect of condominiums as multiple residential types including detached homes, row/townhouses and unit/flats can be organized, maintained and sold as condos. Terms defined below.
Unit/flat - A self-contained housing unit that occupies only part of a building, usually 1 story. This is the same term used for apartments in an apartment building.
Townhouse - Homes built side-by-side with dividing walls being shared by adjacent units.
Low-rise - A building of 1 - 3 stories
Mid-rise - A building of 4 - 6 stories
High-rise - A building of 7 or more stories
- Included Utilities - Utilities that are not universally included such as water, heat, electric and cable tv.
- Pets - Initial values are 'pets allowed' or 'no pets'. If pets are allowed any restrictions are listed. It is more common see restrictions on pets in developments composed of unit/flats versus those composed of townhouses.
- Management Company - The management company that has been engaged by the condo association to manage the development.
Main Line Condo Totals Spreadsheet