Townhome In Wellington’s Edge Offers Resort Lifestyle On A Budget

Townhome In Wellington’s Edge Offers Resort Lifestyle On A Budget

If you’ve been looking for a home in Wellington but thought you could never afford the lifestyle, there are plenty of properties available for those with lower budgets. For example, this property in Wellington’s Edge. Located across from the Mall at Wellington Green, Wellington’s Edge offers single-family homes, villas and townhomes, like this one in Pelican Key. Its pastel exterior and island-style metal roof give it a vacation vibe all year long, as do the neighborhood’s three community pools, tennis courts and clubhouse, complete with a fitness center. A manned, guarded entrance gives residents peace of mind, and the many lakes and preserves throughout the community keep nature close at hand.

Front Entrance: As comfortable in Key West as in Wellington, this three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home has a charming feel. A large green space runs adjacent to this well-landscaped end unit, making the front yard seem even larger than it is.

Family Room: One of the nicer upgrades to this Pelican Key townhome is the installation of glass French doors and matching side windows. Even with the media center nearby, the outdoors beckon.

Dining Area: Because of how this home is situated, with the front door facing south, the homeowners are never blinded by the sun while perusing the morning paper or enjoying an evening meal. Aside from the dinette area, there is barstool space in the kitchen.

Kitchen: Clean and crisp, this white kitchen beckons. A tall, cabinet-style pantry keeps all ingredients and staples within arm’s reach, and in case of spills, the ceramic tile is quite forgiving, offering easy clean-up.

Great Room: Light, bright and open are key words to describe this living space, with its tall ceilings and loft overlook. Beyond the bookcase and knee wall is the entrance foyer. While all windows have accordion shutters, impact-resistant glass has been installed in all the upstairs windows.

Master Bedroom: The first-floor master bedroom offers unrestricted access to the bathroom area. For those with limited mobility, not wrestling with heavy doors can be a real help. Walk-in closets also make things easier.

Exercise Room: This space, one of two upstairs guest rooms, is currently being used as exercise room, but it could also be a library, home office or craft space. There is additional bonus space in the loft area.

Bathroom: Simplicity dominates this spacious bathroom, allowing the homeowners to personalize the neutral space.

Screened-In Patio: Kick back and relax on this screened-in lanai, which offers a nicely landscaped, secluded place to escape.