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A Junction condo unit that feels like a house Add to ...

THE ADDRESS

200 Annette St., No. 6

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Keele and Dundas

ASKING PRICE

$639,900

SELLING PRICE

$702,000

PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE

$465,457 (2011)

TAXES

Not yet assessed

DAYS ON THE MARKET

12

CO-OP AGENT

Nutan Brown, Royal LePage West Realty Group Ltd.

The Action: Clients of agent Nutan Brown were mainly touring new and renovated houses in their west-end community, but this new condominium townhouse at Park Lofts happened to meet all their needs, so they made a strong offer.

What They Got: A late 19th-century church in the Junction was gutted and converted to house eight suites, including this one with four levels of finished living space, street-level access and a rear carport.

To entertain large groups or families, there is a spacious kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, stone counters and hardwood floors that flow into the dining area, and a fireside living room with a walkout to a large deck with a gas hookup, plus a lower-level recreation room with a second electric fireplace.

Private quarters encompass two carpeted bedrooms on the second floor and a third-floor master suite with vaulted ceilings, a walk-in closet and access to one of three bathrooms. For additional comfort and convenience,

this unit has laundry facilities, a central vacuum system and a high-efficiency furnace, along with monthly fees of $253.

The Agent’s Take: “The location was key and the condition of the property was key, so it delivered on both notes,” Ms. Brown said.

“It’s south-facing, so the natural light is really nice in the house and there’s also a nice-sized patio off the living room, so you could do barbecues and have outdoor furniture. So it’s like a mini house with just about everything but the maintenance.”

 

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