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437 RONCESVALLES AVE. NO. 204, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE $389,900

SELLING PRICE $375,000

PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $220,042 (2008)

TAXES $2,206 (2012)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 39

LISTING AGENT Bill Mohan, Sutton Group Realty Systems Inc.

The Action: Early this spring, there were a few units for sale in the High Park Lofts in Roncesvalles Village. One of them was this one-bedroom suite, which registered about 40 private showings and a viable offer in a timely fashion.

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What They Got : In a roughly five-year-old building home to multilevel, loft-style units, this second floor suite was designed with 688-square-feet primarily on one level with 12.5-foot ceilings, full height windows and new laminate floors and broadloom carpeting. At the base of the stairs from the entry foyer is an open entertaining and cooking space with a balcony door to one side, stainless steel appliances along one wall, a granite-topped island with a breakfast bar and a two-sided fireplace shared with a bedroom with a walk-in closet. A four-piece bathroom, laundry facilities, locker and parking complete the unit, which is tied to monthly fees of $469 that goes toward water, heating, rooftop deck and central atrium.

The Agent’s Take : “It’s Toronto’s first geothermal residential building,” says agent Bill Mohan. “And it’s in a really fantastic area, so it seems to be quite popular.” This unit also has direct access to the outdoors. “It was very bright and it did have a balcony with a barbecue hookup,” Mr. Mohan adds. “Units on the same side as this unit do [have outdoor space] and only a few of the upper units do, but others have interior atrium space, which is a bit different.”

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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