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102 Bloor St. W., No. 305, Toronto
102 Bloor St. W., No. 305, Toronto

‘Highly functional’ Mink Mile unit sells after 67 days on market Add to ...

102 Bloor St. W., No. 305, Toronto

ASKING PRICE $391,000

SELLING PRICE $382,000

TAXES $2,325 (2015)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 67

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

The Action: Parking is not included with any unit in a boutique high-rise on the infamous Mink Mile, so it came as no surprise this studio needed several weeks of exposure to find a buyer who enjoys a car-free lifestyle.

What They Got: In 1997, an office building was converted into a condominium residence, where this third floor suite offers more than 540 square feet of space with new hardwood floors, east-facing windows and balcony door.

Increasing efficiency is a custom, built-in Murphy bed and a breakfast bar separating the ceramic-clad cooking quarters, as well as a laundry closet and four-piece bathroom.

The unit comes with a locker and monthly fees of $383 to cover water, 24-hour concierge, gym and rooftop deck.

The Agent’s Take: “It’s solid and you don’t hear your neighbours, so the building itself is fantastic,” agent Alina Kholodov says. “[Plus] the price point for Yorkville is pretty shocking even though it’s a studio.”

What baffled buyers even more were all the essentials packed into this compact space. "It’s a perfect pied-à-terre for people or anyone looking to simplify their life downtown,” Ms. Kholodov notes.

“[The seller] bought all sorts of closet organizers and custom builds, so for a studio, it was highly functional.”

 

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