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Staging helps sell relisted condo across from Old Mill hotel

30 Old Mill Rd., No. 1102

ASKING PRICE $1,895,000

SELLING PRICE $1,887,000

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TAXES $14,595 (2015)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 14

LISTING AGENT Paul Nusca, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.

The Action: Directly across from Old Mill hotel and spa is a fairly new building where this three-bedroom, corner penthouse tested out the market for a few months earlier this year. To get better results when relisted this fall, it was staged, which was a large factor in securing a buyer with a viable offer.

What They Got: The top floor of Riverhouse at the Old Mill accommodates just a handful of units, including this 2,265-square-foot suite with 10-foot ceilings windows in virtually every room, and two balconies, including one off a bedroom and fireside living and dining area overlooking the Humber River.

  • Upscale finishes and features range from an island, wine fridge and Miele appliances in the eat-in kitchen to his and her closets and a five-piece en suite, which is the largest of three bathrooms, in the master bedroom.
  • Laundry machines, a locker and two parking spots come with the suite, along with monthly fees of $1,327 to cover water and heating, 24-hour concierge, gym, pool and party room.

The Agent's Take: "It's the biggest one so far to come up with almost 2,300 square feet," says agent Paul Nusca. "It was a penthouse with a beautiful views and lots of upgrades."

The high-rise itself is sought after for its urban setting. "It's a great location close to the Old Mill and subway," Mr. Nusca says.

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