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20 Stewart St., Toronto.

20 STEWART ST., No. 602, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE

$312,500

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SELLING PRICE

$310,000

PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE

$190,430 (2007)

TAXES

$1,596 (2012)

DAYS ON THE MARKET

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LISTING AGENT

Boris Kholodov, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Johnston and Daniel Division

The Action: This spring, there was no shortage of suites for sale in the popular King West community, but this older one-bedroom suite still reeled in several private showings and a crowd of three dozen at the public open house. While units can average over a month on the market, this one registered a solid proposal in just over three weeks.

What They Got: A modern mid-rise just south of King Street was designed with only 59 loft-style suites, but no recreational facilities, keeping fees to just $265 for this typical sixth-floor suite.

The roughly 500-square-foot plan was outfitted with concrete ceilings, exposed ductwork and hardwood floors from the Scavolini kitchen off the entry hallway to the open living and dining area against the wall of south-facing windows and sliding doors to a Juliet balcony.

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A bedroom, four-piece bathroom and laundry facilities are hidden away within the unit, which comes with a locker.

The Agent's Take: "This unit offers a compact, efficient, low-maintenance lifestyle at an affordable price," says agent Boris Kholodov. "The most attractive feature – besides the space, the way it feels and the design of the building – is the … maintenance fees make carrying this property very easy."

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