Long Clove Mews & Mountian Shadow Foltim Way
Click here View all Congers Condos for sale in the Rockland County Real Estate Market. Congers condos and town houses include Bridgewater Condos, Cedar Grove(Corners Road), Duxbury Manor (Ridge Road), Hidden Valley condos (Leif Boulavard) Miller’s Landing (Tuxedo Lane), North Gate Commons (Old Lake Road), Stratford Arms (Route 303), Swans Landing (Cygnet Road) and Long Clove Mews alongside Mountain Shadows (Foltim Way)
Attention! Long Clove Mews and Mountain Shadow condos are PUDs. Planned Unit Development. With a pud, you own the land beneath the home, unlike a condo where you own common share of the land. Thus, Long Clove Mews and Mountain Shadow in Rockland County NY are FHA and VA approved complexes! Purchase with as little as 3.5 percent down payment. Another benefit of PUDs is that homeowners association fees are some of the lowest in the Rockland County Real Estate market area. Currently HOA fees on Foltim Way are only 140 dollars per month.
When driving on Route 9W from Nyack to Congers in Rockland County turn left at Foltim Way, just before Route 303. Foltim Way is a strip of 114 homes managed by Long Clove Mews and Mountain Shadow homeowners association. The complex on the northern side of Foltim Way, Long Clove Mews, built in 1999 while Mountain Shadow, on the southern side of Foltim built in 2002. The real estate property taxes are approximately $6,000 per year. Long Clove Mews are slightly larger at 1,650 square feet while Mountain Shadow condos are 1300 square feet. Long Clove Mews are all vinyl sided and Mountain Shadow exteriors alternate between brick and vinyl siding. From the interior both Long Clove Mews and Mountain Shadow are similar in appearance. Three level townhouses with a garage and a den on the lowest level. The main levels have 9 ft ceilings with a living room, office nook, half bathroom, kitchen and dining area. Sliders from the dining room lead to a private deck with wooded mountain views and a hiking trail to Hook Mountain State Park. The top level of the homes contains the master bedroom with bath, and a second bedroom and second bath.
How’s the Market?
The most expensive home ever sold on Foltim Way sold for $428,500 at the peak of the market, August 2005. This was a pristine home with hardwood floors, built in humidifier, security system and custom shelving in the garage and attic. These days, Foltim Way Condos can be purchased near $300,000.
Long Clove Mews and Mountain Shadow School info:
School District: Clarkstown
High school: Clarkstown North
Middle: Felix Festa
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