CAPE ELIZABETH – If a condominium suits your lifestyle, but you prefer the feel of living in a house, this 1,845-square-foot, three-bedroom home might be the answer.
Here is a condo, and an association, of character. The Hobstone Condominiums sit on 44 wooded acres (with tennis courts) adjacent to town Land Trust trails, and are made up of five 12-unit enclaves. Each is like a little tucked-away neighborhood, and the just-reshingled buildings, while sharing a New England seaside cottage aesthetic, are all different.
As are the floor homes’ floor plans. This three-level unit, in Concord Place, begins with an interior-entry garage (there is a second, designated parking space outside) and ascends to a main floor that flows beautifully. Past the tiled mud room’s French door, the maple-floored hallway leads into a dine-in, updated kitchen complete with granite surfaces and a four-burner gas range.
There are built-ins alongside the dining