Queen Charlotte – Charlottesville Downtown Luxury Condos

Highly desirable, the Queen Charlotte is located in the North Downtown neighborhood and one of only a few downtown Charlottesville luxury condos.

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Often called the best location in Charlottesville, Queen Charlotte condos offer views of the Southwest Mountains and downtown Charlottesville. Known as Queen Charlotte Square, it was the first Charlottesville development to combine residential and commercial condos. So it’s actually two buildings connected by an underground garage and a central parking lot. The commercial office building is located on East High Street and the condos are on East Jefferson.

Note – The Charlottesville MLS shows 13 condos in Queen Charlotte, however, multiple units have merged together.

Note – pets are allowed.

Note – Charlottesville was named after Queen Charlotte (1744-181). Charlotte was the wife of George III of England.

Recent sales: 2 condos have sold in 2023 with a median price of $615,000.

Condo Sizes: 2-3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and from 1,030 to 3,000 sq. ft.

Condo Description – The condos offer an open design, hardwood floors, 9 ft ceilings, built-in cabinets and bookshelves, a gas fireplace, a sliding door to the balcony from the dining room, underground reserved parking, extra basement storage, a rooftop, an elevator that offers stair-free access from the street and in-unit laundry room. The bedrooms are light-filled and spacious and the rooms are large and wonderful for entertaining. The views from every room’s double windows as well as the balcony off the family room and kitchen area are superb. From your balcony, you can look out at Court Square Park, down to the mall, up to Court Square, and across to the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society.

Note – 6 condos offer a walled garden & private patio.

Note – 3 bedroom condos come with 2 covered parking spaces. While 2 bedroom condos come with 1 covered parking space.

Year Built: 1987 and sits on an entire city block. Queen Charlotte Square was home to the original First Baptist Church and two homes owned by the church. When the developer purchased the land in 1986, First Baptist Church moved to a bigger space on Park Street and the buildings dozed.

Architectural style: classical.

HOA Fees: $1,590 a quarter and a $58 association setup/transfer fee.

The HOA is managed by Real Property.

Directions – From the Rt 250 Bypass, take Park Street towards the historic Court Square. Right on High St., Left on 4th St. NE. Right on East Jefferson. Queen Charlotte is between 3rd St. NE and 2nd St. NE.

My thoughts – Fabulous, just marvelous. If you want to be downtown then this is the place to be.