Discover the community spirit of Sunnyslope Condominiums.

Welcome to Sunnyslope Condominiums, where community spirit meets modern comfort. Our association is dedicated to providing our residents with exceptional amenities, quality services, and a sense of belonging. Discover the many benefits of community living at Sunnyslope Condominiums.

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A great place to live and play. Small (but not too small). Close to nature.

Sunnyslope Condominium Owner’s Association, Inc., is a community-driven organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for our residents. Our association was established in 2002 and has been serving the residents of Sunnyslope ever since. We strive to foster a sense of community and cooperation among our residents and work tirelessly to maintain and improve our facilities and amenities.

As a homeowner in Sunnyslope Condominiums, you are automatically a member of our association. We are a non-profit organization, which means that all of our funds are invested back into the association to ensure that our residents have access to the best possible amenities and services. Our board of directors, made up of elected volunteers, oversees the day-­to-day operations of the association and works to ensure that our association remains a safe, friendly, and desirable place to live.

At Sunnyslope, we believe that a strong sense of community is essential to the well-being of our residents. You have an opportunity to join one, or all, of our social groups. Read a classic or the latest novel with our book club, engage in table games or a game of bridge, or discuss the mysteries of the universe at the men’s coffee. ​We also maintain a community building equipped with a full kitchen and a library stocked with books, games, and jigsaw puzzles for the use and enjoyment of our residents.

We are committed to transparency and accountability in all of our operations. Our board of directors holds monthly meetings to discuss important issues affecting our community, and all residents are invited to attend and participate. ​We also maintain a secure website where residents can access important information about the association including meeting agendas, minutes, and other Association documents in addition to staying up-to-date on the latest news and events. If you have any questions or concerns about Sunnyslope Condominium Owner’s Association, Inc., please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to serve our Association and look forward to hearing from you.

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Thinking About Buying a Condo in the Village at Sunnyslope?

If your search for a new home has led you to the Village at Sunnyslope condominium, we think you will be pleased with what you find. Located in the southeast corner of Hartford, Wisconsin, we are a 110-unit condominium of luxury, two family, side-by-side condominiums overlooking Holy Hill in the Kettle Moraine area of Washington County. We are only minutes from grocery stores, restaurants, and downtown Hartford.

There are a few things we’d like to share with you before you make your decision to buy a condominium at Sunnyslope. You can use this link to review more information you can use to decide of Sunnyslope is right for you. We will highlight a few important topics, but it is best if you review all the Disclosure Documents from the link on our homepage. The Disclosure Documents detail how the condominium is organized and managed, rules that protect Association property and membership harmony, and maintenance responsibilities.

What are the condominium fees and what do they cover?

The Village at Sunnyslope condominium fees are $240.00 per month and cover landscape, snow removal, building exterior maintenance, extended basic cable and internet, Association insurance, and other Association costs.

Can I run a business out of my condominium unit?

No. Unit owners, renters, or guests may not engage in business operations of any kind within the Village at Sunnyslope. Occasional garage or estate sales are allowed.

What are the parking rules?

Each unit has a two-car attached garage for the owner’s use. Unit owners may park a car outside on the driveway overnight providing it remains on the pavement and does not obstruct the sidewalk. Guests of a unit owner may also park in the driveway overnight. No commercial vehicles, campers, motorhomes, trailers, or boats of any type may be parked in driveways overnight. In the winter, the Association will not plow and salt driveways where vehicles are parked. Please refer to the Rules and Regulations document in the Documents section of this website for more information.

Can I set up a swing set or sandbox for my children or grandchildren in the lawn around my unit?

Sorry, no items can be left or stored in the areas referred to as “common elements,” including on lawns and planting areas. Items that can be used on the lawn, then returned to the patio or into the unit are acceptable. Please refer to the Rules and Regulations document in the Documents section of this website for more information.

Are pets allowed within the condominium?

Unit owners may keep two pets with restrictions. Pets are limited to small birds in cages, fish, and domesticated cats or dogs. Some dog breeds are prohibited. No single pet may weigh over forty pounds. Pet owners must control their pets whenever the pet is outside their unit and pets are never allowed to run free on any Association property. Please refer to the Rules and Regulations document in the Documents section of this website for more information.