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108 FINCH AVE. W., NO. B27, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE $399,900

SELLING PRICE $395,500

PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $347,000 (2010) ; $311,000 (2008); $255,000 (2004); $229,900 (2002); $188,074 (1997)

TAXES $2,275 (2012)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 23

LISTING AGENTS Jeff, Mark, Norah and Paul Oulahen, Re/Max Realtron Realty Inc.

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The Action: Across from Edithvale Community Centre and Park in North York, this two-storey condominium townhouse in the Chelsea Gate complex sold for close to list price after recording more than 50 visitors either arranging private showings or taking a tour during an open house.

What They Got: In the late 1990s, two and four-storey units were constructed on top of one another, including this roughly 1,100-square-foot model with direct access to the street. Parking is located in an underground garage with a monthly $420 fee. Inside, there are open living and dining areas with laminate floors and a separate kitchen outfitted with ceramic, Caesarstone and glass tiles and stainless steel appliances. Private quarters upstairs consist of laundry facilities and two bedrooms, including one with a balcony and entry to one of two bathrooms.

The Agent’s Take: “It’s at a condominium price point, but it’s not your average condo. It’s a stacked townhouse with separate living on two floors … and it also has direct access to parking below, which is nice,” says agent Mark Oulahen. “[Plus] it’s across the street from a nice new community centre.” This particular unit was memorable for its interior appearance. “The owners did new countertops, backsplashes and appliances, so it was a little nicer than the rest,” Mr. Oulahen adds.

Editor's Note: Done Deals contain information gathered from real estate agents, home buyers, home sellers and sale prices that are publicly available from government sources. While we try to publish Done Deals as soon as possible after the transaction has occurred, long closings can cause delays.

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