The Clermont Greene hit the market in late 2007, just in time for the world to start collapsing around it. A year and a half later, the 74-unit development embarked upon a hybrid rental/sales model. This third-floor one bedroom has 750 square feet of indoor space along with another 140 square feet of outdoor space. (That’s in addition to the large common courtyard out back.) The floorplan is good, assuming you don’t mind some curve in your walls. Asking price: $570,000.
181 Clermont Avenue #304 [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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