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4217 Fremont Ave Condos

By on February 7, 2007 in Fremont Condos, Real Estate with 5 Comments


4217 Fremont Ave Condos (map) is a new contemporary boutique development in the Fremont area offering just six upscale homes for sale.

The two- and two-bedroom + den homes range from 1,170 to 1,366 square feet with prices starting from $599,950.

Standard features include:

  • Italian Varenna Poliform kitchen cabinets
  • Viking stainless steel appliances with gas range
  • Slab granite countertops
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Frigidaire washer & dryer
  • Direct elevator access for 2nd & 3rd floor units
  • Deck or patio
  • Hardwood flooring in living room & kitchen
  • Secured parking and lots of storage
  • Pet-friendly but may be subject to certain restrictions

4217 Fremont is located mid-way between the eclectic “center of the Universe” and the Woodland Park Zoo. The location also provides easy access to downtown via Aurora Avenue.

View available 4217 Fremont homes for sale


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  1. Larry Cragun says:

    Hey, I just found you. What great content. I am adding you to my reader and site now. Lar

  2. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    Larry – thanks for the kind words.

  3. Josiah says:

    I actually looked at these about 6 months ago when they were just putting the finishing touches. The sellers agent was kind of a jerk though and never returned our calls. Not sure if he’s still there though. The shame about this development is that it was originally planned to be a “prefab” building and had been dubbed Red 4217. From what I was told, they had some issues with bringing the prefab units down from Vancouver BC and the surrounding home owners didn’t want to allow a crane onto the development site. Too bad, I think the development would have had a lot more appeal if it had been prefab. Here’s an article from via Weber Thompson back in ’04 that speaks to it –

  4. Nan says:

    Only one of six units has sold after having been on the market since January 2007, and that after the construction had been halted for several months the previous year. What were these developers thinking building 1/2 million dollar condos two doors up from a biker bar and two doors down from a crowded barbecue takeout joint? Half the population of “vivacious” Fremont can look right into the living room of those model units while munching on Cuban pork sandwiches. Serves the developers right for chopping down two supposedely protected trees during the excavation. (Yes, the neighbors noticed).

  5. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    I agree, this project is in a tough location right on Fremont. Unit #2 (I think it’s the model unit) just went under contract a couple of days ago. The developer did reduce prices on the other four units last month, but only by $20,000 — not a lot considering those start in the $600,000s.

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