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Wed Sep 17, 2014
Bill Kirk answered:
Hi Betty,
As you've seen from most answers, finding a condo that allows a large dog, or more than one dog can be challenging, BUT to answer your question the ONE condominium that allows dogs without weight restrictions AND is only 3 blocks to the pedestrian friendly middle bridge over to Palm Beach is the Esplanade Grande Condominium in downtown West Palm Beach on Narcissus Avenue. You didn't mention your price range but current availability 9/17/14 starts at $1,250,000 for a 2 BR/3 BA and goes up to $3,795,000 for a 5 BR/6 1/2 BA apt. Hope this helps!
Bill Kirk
Senior Broker Associate
Sotheby's International Realty
Palm Beach Brokerage
561-267-2140 cell/text
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Perry Martin answered:

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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Wed Sep 21, 2011
Bob Brubaker answered:
Kapstar- The Area # you give doesn't seem like anything in our area. But , some direction
can be offered.: HOA's and Condo Associations are entities unique to themselves
and have to be approached as such!
The fees for each vary widely . These " fees " are actually assessments on unit owners
to cover projected expenses. This is another reason attention to the "community"
and the circumstances therein are vitally important to your buying decision-making.
The answer is HOA and COA fees are not related to an "Area" they are "Community"
specific.Good Luck! Contact me directly and I will be glad to help further.

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