2 trackside condos at Texas Motor Speedway rev their engines for $200K
Two condos with prices in the $200,000 range, both with views of turn two at Texas Motor Speedway, have raced onto the market.
If you’re a racing fan, the idea of a regular perch on the fifth floor for every NASCAR Monster Energy Cup, Xfinity Series, Gander Outdoors Truck Series, and Indy races held at Texas Motor Speedway might just seem like the perfect treat.
Host friends and family, enjoy the race in comfort (NASCAR races are held in November and March usually, which means you’ve got a grab bag of weather choices) regardless of whether it’s cold and rainy or mild and sunny.
Both condos have one bedroom, one bathroom, and 1,000 square feet. Both come fully furnished in de rigueur racing aesthetic — plenty of black-and-white checkered motif and racing red to go around here.
The kitchens are smaller, but perfectly sized for heating up snacks and quick meals, and it’s open to the living area.
The first unit has a balcony perfect for watching the races, and it’s right off the living room (so if you’re wanting the play-by-play of the announcers on the TV, you have that, too).
Listed by Roberta Torres with Rendon Realty, the unit is priced at $209,000. The official address is 3575 Lone Star Cir., Ste. 517.
The second unit, says listing agent Cassandre Brackeen with Repeat Realty, is fully furnished “right down to the silverware, and even includes a pull-out sofa to sleep extra guests.”
The layout is similar to our first unit, but offers an unobstructed view of turn two, plus a balcony.
“It is perfect for all your entertainment needs no matter if it’s just you, your family, coworkers, business partners, or seven of your closest friends,” she adds.
This unit is priced at $209,999, and its address is 3575 Lone Star Cir., Ste. 507.
Condo dues are $400 a month, and include maintenance and use of the building facilities. And racing isn’t all you have to entertain you, either — TMS is also near Tanger Outlets and several restaurants, and is an easy drive to Fort Worth and Denton.
A version of this story originally was published on CandysDirt.com.