Mansion House is adjacent to Lowdermilk Park and sits on a large lot comprised of six acres. Mansion House, along with most of the condominium buildings in the 34102 zip code, was built in the 1960s. There are a total of eight buildings, with around four units per building. All units have same floor plan.
Surprisingly enough, there are elevators in six of these buildings even though they are only two floors high. Parking is all under building with one space reserved per unit. Interestingly enough, the developer, Hoffman, also donated the land for Lowdermilk Park to be built. The majority of residents have owned in the building for a number of years and typically do not publicly list units for sale, instead choosing to sell to other current owners.
When this happens, the two units are merged into one larger unit. All potential buyers must be physically present for an interview prior to closing. Recent improvements include new pavers installed two years ago at a cost of $150,000.
The building is repainted every six years. The North and South landscaping has all been redone. Shrubbery is due to be worked on and trees to be replaced as needed, The association is still contemplating what to do with the front of the building. Special assessments are performed for any required upkeep of the complex.
An onsite manager lives near the entrance to the complex and manages the grounds along with an assistant.
Year Built: 1963
Built By: Hoffman
Units in Complex: 32
Floors in Building: 2
Living Area: 1200
Pets Allowed: Not Allowed