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1280 RICHARDS ST., UNIT 2500, Vancouver

ASKING PRICE $2,950,000

SELLING PRICE $2,930,000

DAYS ON MARKET 5

TAXES $9,245

MANAGEMENT FEES $1,036

LISTING AGENT Paul Albrighton, Re/Max Crest Realty Westside

The Action: The unit sold in five days. The purchasers had sold their house and were looking for a downtown family-size condo. They plan to do some renovations to the suite, despite the fact that it's move-in ready and completely up-to-date.

What They Got: This 2,591 square foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom, full-floor suite at Yaletown's one-of-a-kind Grace building is a rare family-sized condo with direct elevator access to the unit.

The building itself features gargoyles, indoor pool and a security system that requires your fingerprint identification.

The suite is on the 25th floor with panoramic mountain and water views from two large patios, and comes with three parking stalls.

The Agent's Take: "Condos over 2,000 square feet are hard to find," listing agent Paul Albrighton says. "They are becoming more desirable than ever, as families and down-sizers look for large condos in the city, as opposed to detached houses."

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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