Done Deals: King and Sherbourne

King and Sherbourne

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King and Sherbourne

From Friday's Globe and Mail

  • 230 King St. East, No. 412
  • Asking price: $266,000
  • Selling price: $272,200
  • Taxes: $2,000 (2006)
  • Days on market: 16

On the fourth floor of a stylish new condominium building, this 700-square-foot suite has everything from a downtown address in the hip Sherbourne and King neighbourhood to modern amenities and finishes.

"It suits a couple or single professional who want to be in the 'hood with the cool kids," agent Julie Kinnear says.

"It's a super-popular building because . . . it's quiet, it's got nice facilities on the rooftop, and it's got a groovy entrance within [an] old [restored] bank facade," she adds.

The one-bedroom suite has a den and a solarium, a combination that is uncommon in the city, but is the norm in the building.

"You could use the solarium as a guest room and use the den as an office," Ms. Kinnear says. "It's a very well-laid-out suite."

The solarium can be reached from the open-concept living and dining room, or through sliding doors from the master bedroom suite, which has access to a semi-en suite bathroom.

The dining area features laminate flooring and a granite breakfast bar, which acts as a divider between this space and the cooking area.

The kitchen is finished with black appliances and ceramic tile flooring.

Parking and a locker are included in the price.

Residents have access to a party room with its own kitchen, a gym and a spa with a hot tub.

A terrace on the roof features a barbecuing area with equipment.

A monthly fee of $360 covers utilities, building maintenance, and 24-hour concierge and security.

Listing agent: Julie Kinnear, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.

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