The Gleason Charlottesville Condos For Sale

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The Gleason is located in Downtown Charlottesville 2 blocks from the Historic Downtown Mall. The Gleason Charlottesville features 34 luxury condos.

Recently Sold Condos In The Gleason Charlottesville

Beds & Baths: 1-4 bedrooms and 1-5 full bathrooms.

There are also 16 commercial condos in the building.

Each condo owner has 2 secure, reserved, garage parking spaces in the building, and a storage unit.

There are 120 parking spaces located onsite.

Pets: Ordinary domestic pets are permitted as long as they do not disturb residents of the building. Only one pet is permitted per unit without the approval of the Board of Directors.

The Gleason HOA Fees: $326 a month and cover area maintenance, exterior maintenance, extra storage, the master insurance policy, professional management, the reserve fund, gas, trash pickup, dumpster, and water & sewer. And a $59 setup fee.

Amenities: none

Past Sales Since Jan 2023: 3 Gleason condos sold. They were 1-2 bedrooms.
The median price for a 1 bedroom was $607,000.
The median price for a 2 bedroom was $710,000.

Built in 2010 by local builder, R. E. Lee & Son, it took a while to sell out due to the economy.

Condos in The Gleason are professionally managed by the local, Real Property Management.

Note – In 2016, the historic, 24,000 sq ft, 2-story, office/retail building Gleason Building (which sits in front of The Gleason condominiums) sold for $5 million.

Charlottesville Public Schools that serve The Gleason are Clark Elementary, Walker & Buford Middle, and Charlottesville High.

Location: Within walking distance of Downtown Pedestrian Mall and adjacent to ACAC Fitness and Wellness Center.

Directions: From Downtown Charlottesville, head to Water Street to 2nd Street to a right on Garrett Street.

Buildings Exterior History: H. M. Gleason & Sons was previously a feed and farm supply store from 1873-1994 and named for:

Henry M Gleason

It is located at 126 Garrett Street (in front of The GleasonĀ  at 200 Garrett Street which was built in 2010).

Read more about Garrett Square and the neighborhood before the city destroyed and renamed it Frienship Court in 1978.

The original owner of this Charlottesville historic building, Henry M Gleason lived in the Abell-Gleason House.

The Gleason House

My thoughts: The Gleason is fabulous and conveniently located, especially to the Downtown ACAC gym. The views are spectacular on the upper units. As there are no amenities, I give the Gleason an 8 out of 10.