Just know that this complex is at the maximum quota for rentals...so if anyone buying a unit there has to be owner-resident....it cannot be rented out....or the HOA will rain fines and fee, and threaten to sue (which they have done more than once).
The most recent sale at that complex was #202 which sold for $277K. It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath
Are you planning to make an offer? If so, you should look to your Realtor to guide you and not expect better answers to this question to come from those who are not involved in the transaction. Really! How much time do you think we are going to invest in measuring the value of that property if we are not part of the transaction? Do you want an off-the-cuff, approximate valuation? Check Zillow! If you want a quality answer huddle with your Realtor.
I do, of course, mean YOUR Realtor and not the seller's Realtor. The job of the seller's Realtor is to get the best sales price for the seller.
Are you planning to sell? Ask this question of your Realtor. Or... ask several Realtors if you have not yet selected a Realtor with whom to list your house for sale. A well researched and documented CMA to back up your Realtor's estimate of value is what you want.