DONE DEALS TORONTO
Bay and Dundas
From Friday's Globe and Mail
- 111 Elizabeth Street, NO. 601
- Asking price: $294,900
- Selling price: $290,000
- Taxes: not yet assessed
- Days on the market: 16
- Listing agent: Julie Kinnear, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.
The original buyers of this unit on the sixth floor of a 16-storey building just north of Nathan Phillips Square custom-designed the space as the building was being constructed two years ago.
The 688-square-foot suite with one bedroom and a den has nine-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood floors, and halogen lights in the combined living and dining room.
"They did a nice job," agent Julie Kinnear says of the decor. "The suite showed very well."
However, she makes special mention of the open kitchen, which is equipped with stainless-steel appliances, sleek cabinetry and an island with a built-in, retractable table that seats four.
"It's very cool the way they did the kitchen," the agent says. "So you can pull out the table when you're eating."
The carpeted master suite is located off the principal room, which has sliding doors to the balcony overlooking the city. "It has nice views," Ms. Kinnear notes.
The open den is off the foyer, as are a four-piece bathroom, energy-efficient laundry machines and a linen closet.
A parking spot and locker can be purchased for $22,500.
Heating costs are included in the monthly fee of $310, which is fairly low given the variety of amenities available, such as a two-floor party room, gym, lap pool, hot tub and rooftop garden with seating. There is also a 24-hour concierge on site.
The building is situated within steps of the Eaton Centre, two university campuses and the subway line.