92101 Urban Living is proud to introduce our new Gaslamp Condo Listing at Trellis. This new Trellis condo is a 1 bedroom just under 700 square feet in size. Located in the heart of Downtown’s Gaslamp District, this condo is centered around everything an urban lifestyle has to offer. With a private balcony above 6th Ave, the condo is east facing with city and urban views into the East Village. Living above 6th Ave is a bonus in the Gaslamp Neighborhood due to both: noise issues that come with a 5th Ave orientation, and privacy issues that come with a courtyard orientation in the Trellis complex. The floor plan of this Gaslamp Condo is enhanced with a natural “cut out” in the living room. As a central architectural feature, this cut out allows for more natural light and square footage. 700 square feet is not huge, but the floor plan is well laid out and allows an open feeling. Kitchens in the condos at Trellis were well appointed with stainless appliances, granite counter tops, and expansive storage and counter space. The master bedroom is set back off of the balcony which allows for more privacy. There are two well sized closets to make sure that any buyer will have the necessary storage needed to live well in a Downtown Condo. Two entrances to the bathroom mean that guests will not have to walk thru the master bedroom for access. New paint, updated carpet, and a solid cleaning ensure that this unit is in “turnkey” condition for any new investor or buyer interested in a new Gaslamp Condo.
Originally built in 2005, the Trellis complex has become a popular complex and fixture in the Gaslamp neighborhood for full time living. Trellis is made up of both a mid-rise and high rise building separated by a well designed interior courtyard. When you are on the courtyard deck you do not feel like you are in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the Gaslamp District. Trellis is known as a moderate building in terms of it’s HOA fees and amenities. Below $500 per month, it is on the moderate side compared to other Downtown San Diego monthly fees. One of the attractive features of the Trellis complex is that it has already been thru it’s litigation phase. This means that conventional financing and 10% down payment scenarios are a possibility for financing. This is great news for first time buyers and investors who do not want to sink larger down payment into an investment. Overall…if you are interested in a Gaslamp Condo, this is a great option to consider under the $400k Price point.