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TAXES $2,690 (2013)


LISTING AGENT Julie Kinnear, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. (Now with Keller Williams Neighbourhood Realty)

The Action: The Concord CityPlace community near the Rogers Centre is packed with highrises where many suites are often available. Late last year, this two-bedroom-plus-den unit at Luna piqued the interest of enough buyers that one struck signed a deal by the third week of exposure.

What They Got: In 2010, Concord Adex completed a two-tower building with modern suites, such as this 966-square-foot model on the third floor with nine-foot ceilings, walls of south-facing windows and laminate wood floors, as well as granite counters and red kitchen backsplashes.

Sliding doors enclose the den and two bedrooms, including a master bedroom with exclusive use of one of two four-piece bathrooms, while the living, dining and cooking are open concept with a door to a balcony.

Additional perks consist of stacked laundry machines and a locker by the unit’s parking spot.

Monthly fees of $495 covers water and heating, 24-hour concierge and several recreational facilities, including a rooftop deck with a salt-water infinity pool.

The Agent’s Take: “Being on the third floor means even being in a big condo tower, you can walk up and down the stairs, so that was nice,” agent Julie Kinnear said. “It’s south-facing and … in that particular building, there’s no [other] building in front of it.”

Buyers also liked the space in and around the unit. “I thought it was a particularly nice layout because all the bedrooms were good sizes, so nothing felt too small,” Ms. Kinnear said.“You can walk indoors to 25 Capreol, which shares the amenities … which is nice in the winter.”

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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