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180 FREDERICK ST., No. 301, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE $449,000

SELLING PRICE $457,000

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TAXES $2,443 (2015)

DAYS ON THE MARKET Four

CO-OP AGENT Anil Khera, Royal LePage West Realty Group Ltd.

The Action: Clients of agent Anil Khera shortlisted a few properties to tour near the St. Lawrence Market last fall. Their top choice was this one-bedroom-plus-den corner loft in a boutique building with few vacancies annually.

What They Got: A mixed-use low-rise houses retail outlets and 12 residences, including this third-floor loft with 11-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and north and east-facing windows, plus laundry machines, four-piece bathroom and a locker.

The kitchen was rearranged with cabinetry and stainless steel appliances along one wall of an open living and dining area, and a newly created den doubles as a walkway to a bedroom with a walk-in closet.

Monthly fees of $679 cover utilities.

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The Agent's Take: "The area has so much to offer, it's very friendly and very walkable to the shops, restaurants and entertainment," Mr. Khera says. "[Plus, this unit] is just under 20 years old, but it has super high ceilings, lots of cement and open ductwork that you get in hard lofts."

Recent changes made the space more functional . "The previous owners had done a fantastic renovation and used high quality materials, making best possible use of the space," Mr, Khera notes. "This unit in particular appealed to [the sellers also] because it's a corner unit that has windows on two sides, so it's nice, bright and open."

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