Racquet Club Condos
The Racquet Club condos, located at 1818 Skyline Drive and 1815 Number 2 Canyon in Wenatchee, consist of 59 units spread across eight buildings that were built in 1978.
The Racquet Club condos are a community without age restrictions that feature split-level and single-level condos. They have multiple floorplans featuring up to three bedrooms and units that range in size from 668 to 1655 square feet.
What’s included in the monthly condo fees at Racquet Club condominiums in Wenatchee?
Your monthly association dues at the Racquet Club condos will cover maintenance of the common areas, building insurance, lawn care, water and sewer fees, road maintenance, security, a property manager and garbage collection.
Are there any pet restrictions at the Racquet Club condos?
Pets are welcome at Racquet Club condos with several restrictions put in place by the homeowners association. Residents are limited to owning up to one cat and one dog and if a resident wants to own more than one cat or dog the board must provide written permission for the additional pets. Exotic pets are not allowed and dogs cannot be larger than 25 pounds. Additionally, dogs that bark loudly are not welcome at Racquet Club condos and the board may fine unit owners whose pet excessively barks and disrupts the community.
How close are the Racquet Club condos to the Wenatchee Racquet and Athletic Club and other amenities?
As the name implies, the Racquet Club condos are located within walking distance of the Wenatchee Racquet and Athletic Club. Aside from the Racquet Club, other nearby amenities include Pybus Public Market, which is roughly three miles away. Downtown Wenatchee is also nearby, providing Racquet Club condo residents with all of the dining, shopping and entertainment offerings made available at the heart of the city within a brief drive’s distance. Central Washington Hospital is a short drive away as well giving you close access to medical services.
What are some of the rules and restrictions put in place by the homeowners association?
The Racquet Club condo homeowners association does not allow residents to post signs without explicit permission from the board. This includes signs that advertise units for sale and rent as well as signs promoting garage sales, which are only allowed with written permission from the board.
Exterior areas of units including patios and decks must be maintained regularly by residents and are not allowed to be used for storage. Also, antennas, satellite dishes, clotheslines and windchimes are not allowed to be hung outside of or attached to units.
The Racquet Club condos have a 10 p.m. noise ordinance that requires residents to significantly limit noise, including limiting the operation of household appliances. Each unit has its own parking space and parking spaces are only to be used by operational vehicles and all mechanical work on vehicles must be done off Racquet Club property. Campers, RVs, boats and large trailers are not allowed to be left in parking spaces at Racquet Club condos.