33 HARBOUR SQUARE, NO. 2025
ASKING PRICE $759,900
SELLING PRICE $748,000
PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $375,000 (2000)
TAXES $3,904 (2013)
DAYS ON THE MARKET 28
LISTING AGENT Boris Kholodov, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Johnston & Daniel Division
The Action: In a more-than-30-year-old high-rise on the waterfront, next to Harbour Square Park and the ferry terminal, it can take a couple of months to sell most units, but this two-bedroom suite was the exception. It took roughly 30 showings during the course of a few weeks to net an offer, even with other units available.
What They Got: On the upper floors of the Harbour Square residence, this 1,408-square-foot unit features a two-storey plan with wood floors and southeast-facing windows throughout.
There is an open living area with a Juliet balcony, a dining area and an updated kitchen with an island on the main floor, and directly above it is a bedroom with a Juliet balcony and a master suite with his-and-hers closets flanking the way to the larger of two full bathrooms.
A locker and two-car parking are additional features. The unit has a monthly fee of $1,036 to pay for utilities and cable, 24-hour concierge and shuttle-bus service to local sites, and recreational facilities, such as a squash court, saltwater pool and terrace.
The Agent’s Take: “Although this is not a new building, it was built during the years when quality was most important and that’s very evident,” agent Boris Kholodov said. “This was in move-in condition, which made it attractive to most purchasers who don’t want to do any repairs or renovations before moving in.”
But the proximity to water – in all its forms – was the real highlight. “It also has spectacular, unobstructed views of Lake Ontario and Toronto Islands,” Mr. Kholodov added. “[Plus, the pool] is very attractive to many buyers.”Report Typo/Error
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