Meadowmont Village Condos
Chapel Hill, NC

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Located near the corner of Meadowmont Lane and W. Barbee Chapel Road, Meadowmont Village Condominiums is a 24-unit residential condominium community located within Meadowmont Village, a retail shopping/office center, and part of the greater Meadowmont neighborhood.


While the lobby/entrance to each building is located on the first floor, the condos are located on the second and third floors of three separate buildings:  building 100, 500 and 600 (Meadowmont Village Circle).  There are eight condos per building, with four condos per floor.  Each floor has two end-unit condos that have walk-out balconies and are approximately 1,567 s.f., while the interior units are about 1,287 s.f. and have Juliet balconies.  All floors are accessible by two separate staircases, as well as an elevator.


Built in 2001, the condos are surrounded by numerous well-known restaurants and upscale retailers, such as: Brixx Pizza, Carolina Café, Chronic Tacos, Market Street Coffee, South Unlimited, Monkee’s, Harris Teeter, Wells Fargo, Great Clips and a UPS Store....all within walking distance.  For additional Meadowmont Village information, like maps, community events, calendars, a business directory and more, visit the Meadowmont Village website.


The condo association is run by a 4-person board of directors and monthly association dues for 2018 are $299.  Given that the community lies within the greater Meadowmont neighborhood, quarterly dues of $123 are charged by the Meadowmont Community Association (aka..the "master association").  The Condo Association charges a one-time "working capital" fee due upon the purchase/sale of each condominium equal to 3.5 months of association dues.  In addition, the master association also charges a one-time "working capital" fee of $246, as of May, 2017.


The condos, and their related common areas, lie within buildings and property owned by a separate entity, DDR Corp, a REIT (real estate investment trust) that owns and operates outdoor shopping centers throughout the U.S.


Due to the location of the condos, the association is governed by three sets of Covenants that can be found here.  Annual members’ meetings are held, typically, during the month of November when board members are elected, the year’s financials are reviewed, and other association business is conducted.  All board members serve a one-year term and the officer-positions (President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary) are elected/chosen by the board-members themselves.


Each unit has two parking spaces:  one assigned/marked space close to the lobby, and the right to use any additional, unmarked space in the community's parking lot.  Residents have access to the building through the use of a call-box by simply entering their own private code.  Visitors and delivery-personnel can use the call-box to phone residents’ landlines or cell-phones and can be granted access remotely.


Monthly assessments are due on the 1st day of the month and payments should be made payable to:


Meadowmont Village Condos


All payments should be sent/addressed to:


Meadowmont Village Condos

c/o Rampart Management

PO Box 531175

Atlanta, GA 30353-1175


For Certificates of Insurance or other insurance-related information, email  Meredith Tysor,, with Craft Insurance, or call her  at 336-217-9259.


The mailman is Norbert Mildner.


Your Management Team:

Ted Parenti, Manager,

Phone: 919-932-0592





Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both the homeowner and the Association must agree to mediate the dispute, and each side is responsible for splitting the cost of the mediation, including payment of a professional mediator. The mediation process is an opportunity to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute – neither side gives up their right to go to court to have a judge resolve the dispute if the parties are not able to reach an agreement through mediation. The specific process to initiate voluntary mediation is outlined in Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes.