Condominium 302-R - LEASED

View of 302's Kitchen & Dining Area
View of 302's Kitchen & Dining Area
  • View of 302's Kitchen & Dining Area
  • Condo 302 Living Area and view from the kitchen
  • Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Condo 302 Master Bedroom
  • Master bath with whirlpool tub and shower
  • Large walk in closet with built in features
  • Entrance to the residential condos at Marymount
  • Front Door of Condo 302

The third floor of Marymount contained six large dormitory rooms for students.  Condominium 302 was one of these original dormitories.  In addition to a dormitory, the space housed a large bathroom and student lockers.  Overlooking the south-eastern courtyard, this one bedroom unit is located close to the elevator and is steps from the roof top deck. 

 

The condominiums at Marymount Properties will be built to each owner’s specifications with occupancy currently available.  Monthly assessments include electricity, gas, heating & cooling, water, garbage service, building insurance, interior and exterior common maintenance, and reserve.  Closing price includes one parking space, additional parking is available for purchase. 

 

 

Facts & Information

  • 3rd Floor
  • 4 Rooms
  • 1.5 Baths
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Parking Spaces
  • None Balcony
  • 1034 SF
  • Monthly Assessment:

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Overlooking the city of Salina, KS from its majestic hilltop perch is a special place called Marymount often referred to as the Castle on the Hill.  
-Sr. Lucille Herman