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4163 ETON ST., BURNABY, B.C.

ASKING PRICE $978,000

SELLING PRICE $1,020,000

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DAYS ON MARKET Seven

TAXES $5,012 (2013)

SELLING AGENT Keith Roy & Associates, Macdonald Realty

What They Got

The 2,411-square-foot, three-bedroom house sits on a 33- by 122-foot lot in the Vancouver Heights, or Burnaby North neighbourhood. The bright and sunny house is a craftsman style but was built in 1951. Updates include an architect redesign with a new upper floor and main floor extension. There is hardwood flooring throughout, an updated kitchen with granite counters, a formal dining room, media room, den and deck with views of the Burrard Inlet.

The Action

"The sellers did a complete renovation on this home only three years ago," says selling agent Keith Roy. "The seller moved because they were just a few blocks outside of the catchment area where they wanted to send their child to high school."

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The Agent's Take

The view and the location made it an easy sale, but three bedrooms on one floor is always a draw for families, says Mr. Roy. "The Heights is an incredible neighbourhood for families, with lots of great specialty shops, restaurants, stores and easy access to Highway 1 and downtown."

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