Are you tired of the hassles of home maintenance? It`s time to consider something better! Take a moment to explore 1603 Hampton Ct. This attractively priced condo, located in the sought-after and well-maintained Stonehenge community in Belleville, offers an impressive package. Priced at $115k, it boasts over 1100 sq ft of living space, a delightful open layout, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, an unfinished basement, and a serene private deck area with a wooded view. Covered parking and access to the club pool are also included. With its convenient proximity to St. Louis, Scott AFB, local and nearby colleges, this condo offers effortless access to various destinations. The monthly HOA fee of $190 covers access and maintenance to the pool area, exterior upkeep, snow removal, trash services, and lawn care. Don`t miss out on scheduling your private showing today! Given its high demand, this property is expected to sell rapidly.
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