Pacific Terrace Condominiums in Santa Cruz

Pacific Terrace condominiums were constructed around 1980. This complex runs between Soquel and Broadway avenues. They generally consist of 1 and 2 bedroom units, though there are a few 3 bedrooms, up to about 1200 square feet. They have vaulted ceilings on the upper units with give these units a light and airy feeling, and most have fireplaces. There usually is a nice deck from which you can get views of the city lightsThis is a gated complex that's very walkable, and it has elevators as well. It also has gated parking underneath the structures. There is a pool and clubhouse for amenities. As of 2020 the dues were $609 monthly.

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