DONE DEALS TORONTO
From Friday's Globe and Mail
- 210A Avenue Road Unit 2
- Asking price: $519,000
- Selling price: $505,000
- Previous selling price: $265,000 (1999)
- Taxes: $3,447 (2008)
- Days on the market: 14
- Listing agent: Julie Kinnear, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.
This three-storey condo sold for more than half a million dollars, a relatively small price to pay to move into the Annex, agent Julie Kinnear says.
The 1,550-square-foot residence was built about 30 years ago above street-level businesses. Unlike other units in the brick building, this one has a private and sunny location at the southwest corner. "It backed onto residential [properties] ... so it's very quiet," Ms. Kinnear says.
The top level was designed with an open, skylit office with built-in shelving, and a master suite with a wall-to-wall closet, two-piece bathroom and access to a terrace.
The second floor contains a laundry room and two carpeted bedrooms, including one with a semi-ensuite bathroom and a walk-in closet.
Down one more level, the updated kitchen features a breakfast bar, ceramic floors and a pass-through to an open principal room with refinished hardwood floors and a walkout to a deck.
The owner's carport is maintained with funds from a monthly fee of $434 that also covers landscaping and snow removal.
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