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What does a two-bedroom condo look like - and sell for - in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto? We visit four, ranging from $275,000 to $2.6-million

Toronto: 771 square feet, sold for $370,000. This two-bedroom, one-bath condo in Toronto’s Liberty Village is in the midrange of the Toronto market – it sold near August’s average sale price for a condo in the city

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Located on the 18th floor of a highrise building named Battery Park, which was completed last year, it was being rented to a young family.

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The unit included a few upgrades, including granite countertops, plus a parking space and locker. It was sold by agent Heikki Walden of Sutton Group.

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Calgary: 800 square feet, sold for $274,900. The unit is in a 1970s lowrise building in the Beltline that has only 16 units.

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This condo has a house-like two-storey layout.

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It also has a wraparound patio off the living room. It was sold by Dennis Plintz of Sotheby’s International Realty Calgary.

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Vancouver: 2,270 square feet, sold for $2.6-million. This high-end unit in the Three Harbour Green building sold just below its asking price.

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That price buys some high-quality interior finishes (and, within the basement parking area, a private two-car garage).

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The large footprint of the unit makes for spacious rooms.

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The apartment also includes three bathrooms and this private terrace. It was sold by Gregg Baker of Sotheby's International Realty.

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Vancouver: 1,078 square feet, sold for $655,000. This two-storey unit is in an unusual building in Point Grey, designed by local architects Lang Wilson.

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The two-storey interior opens onto a large slot-shaped courtyard that cuts into the middle of the building.

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The unit was sold by Paul Albrighton of Macdonald Realty Ltd.

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