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33 CHARLES ST. E., NO. 2401, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE $475,000

SELLING PRICE $461,888

PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $273,641 (2010)

TAXES $2,496 (2013)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 16

LISTING AGENT Boris Kholodov, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Johnston and Daniel Division

The Action: This February, Casa provided house hunters with several modern suites to choose from, such as this one-bedroom plus den unit. Two dozen buyers signed up to see it in person and one placed an offer shortly after.

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What They Got: On the 24th floor of a condominium developed and designed by Cresford Developments and architectsAlliance respectively, this 624-square-foot suite has an open concept den and principal room with Scavolini cooking facilities, stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors to a balcony with a second walkout to the bedroom.

Modern appointments entail hardwood floors and a four-piece bathroom with quartz, marble, porcelain and chrome finishes.

Parking and laundry machines are included, along with monthly dues of $445 for water and heating, concierge services and recreational amenities, such as an gym, party rooms and rooftop terrace with a pool.

The Agent’s Take: “The combination of location, functionality of the layout and desirability of the building made this property sell,” says agent Boris Kholodov.

“This building has a very interesting design: it’s an architectsAlliance product, which is usually above and beyond other condo developments.”

The high-end style also applies to the suite’s interior. “The unit was decorated tastefully and was not cluttered, which made it show well,” Mr. Kholodov notes.

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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