Welcome to Wentworth Homeowners Association
(WHOA)

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INTRODUCTION TO WENTWORTH HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

Welcome to our little web site, for our little condominium. Wentworth is a small, self-managed condominium of 7 buildings, with a total of 26 units, occupying about a third of the block at Wentworth Ave. So. and W. 43rd St. in southwest Minneapolis, MN. Because no building has more than 6 units, and because each unit has its own private front and rear entrances, and its own private garage, the "look and feel" of Wentworth is that of a townhome, though it is technically a condominium.

Wentworth is comprised of two- and three-bedroom units. Two-bedroom units are about 1,440 square feet; three-bedroom units are about 1,660 square feet. (This is total floor plan square footage. Actual living space is considerably less, once the space taken up by the garage, hallways, and closets is subtracted out.) Association dues and assessments are divided among the units based on total square footage. Each unit has three levels. The basement level includes a tuck-under garage and utility room. In three-bedroom units, there is also a room in the basement, approximately 12 x 12 feet. The main floor has the kitchen and living room. Three-bedroom units include a half-bath on this level. The top floor has the bedrooms and main bathroom.

Wentworth would probably be best described as moderate income housing. The condominium is HUD-certified, with the last recertification occurring in August, 1994.

The pictures and area highlights in this web page are intended to show what words can't say, to give you a feel for the aesthetics and ambience of the condominium and the surrounding neighborhood and community.

Included for your reference are the documents that legally define life at Wentworth. It is my hope that this site will eventually become a convenient means for WHOA members to get answers to questions about their rights and responsibilities, and that it may become a resource for real estate agents and prospective buyers when a unit is up for sale.

--Sean Gardner
President, WHOA Board, 1996-1999
WHOA Board Member, 2001
WHOA Board Member, 2003-2005
WHOA Treasurer, 2004-present


LEGAL DOCUMENTS

The following documents are all in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. To view them you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you probably already have. If you don't have it, it's available for free at http://www.adobe.com/.

Introduction

Declaration

Articles of Incorporation

By-Laws

Rules and Regulations


COMMUNITY LINKS

Pictures of the Condominium

Area Highlights
(Includes links to Twin Cities Community, Education, Media, Arts, etc.)

How to Get Here: Maps and Directions

Community Associations Institute - National
Community Associations Institute - MN Chapter
(The Community Associations Institute is a wonderful resource
for townhome and condominium associations and their residents,
as well as for individual homeowners.)


COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LAW ARTICLES FROM HELLMUTH & JOHNSON
Hellmuth & Johnson Law Firm, PLLC are WHOA's Legal Representatives.

Community Association Law Articles


CONTACTING WENTWORTH HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

Send an email to Sean Gardner.


Last Revised: 07/06/08