Mountainview Condos in Valley Cottage offer Hudson River views, easy access to Tappan Zee Bridge (exit 11 on the NY State Thruway,) nearby public transportation and proximity to the Palisades Mall. Plus beauty and culture from the village of Nyack and lovely Rockland County.
Mountainview Condos is large community with approximately 770 units. While mostly condos, there are 11 Townhomes scattered throughout the complex. This Rockland County condo complex was built in 3 phases, the earliest built in the late 1960’s, and the newest phase in the late 1970’s. Each building contains four condos. Two lower level units and two upper level units. Easily access the first floor units with only 3 steps into the building. These Rockland condos may have their own Washer/dryers and private balconies overlooking tree lined settings or landscaped courtyards. The square footage ranges from 700-900 for one bedroom and 1000 to 1300 for the 2 bedroom condos. The rare Mountainview townhouses in Rockland County have approximately 1450 square feet. This Rockland County condo complex also offers a Clubhouse with a Kitchen, large screen TV, bar and fire-place. A perfect setting for a cozy get together! The complex has a tot lot, basketball courts and pools overlooking the Hudson River. There is a workout room, playgrounds, and unlimited parking steps from your front door. The abundance of amenities makes Mountianview one of the most popular Rockland County condo complexes.
In addition to the one and two bedroom units Mountainview also offers Junior 2 bedroom condos for those who don’t want to stretch their budget on a true 2 bedroom home but still need more space than one bedroom. Resale would also be a consideration for a Junior 2 bedroom
How’s the market?
- Most expensive Mountainview town house sold for 420,000 in September 2007
- Most expensive condo sold for 374,999 (2 beds 2 baths, July 2006)
In Mountainview, there is a double common change payment each April resulting in 13 HOA payments. This is an effective way for the complex to build reserves and minimize the risk of an unforeseen assessment.