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40 Waterbridge Way, Toronto




TAXES $2,714 (2014)


LISTING AGENT Heather Lemieux, Royal LePage Connect Realty

The Action: Despite several Centennial homes for sale at the end of May, this detached residence in Port Union Village banked two competing offers.

What They Got: Up the street from Lake Ontario on a 30-by-110-foot lot backing onto a ravine, this 19-year-old house was recently improved, starting outside with a new aluminum roof and siding and a Duradek deck off a bedroom above the garage.

Inside, the eat-in kitchen and two bathrooms were remodelled and bamboo floors laid throughout a living room with a gas fireplace and an adjacent dining area with cathedral ceilings.

Large storage areas range from his-and-her closets in the largest of three carpeted bedrooms on the second floor to a full basement.

The Agent's Take: "The location of it was superb, you could see the lake and it was backing onto a ravine," agent Heather Lemieux says. "[Plus] the lot beside it was left vacant by the builder, so there would be access to the ravine. So there was no one beside you [to one side], which made it even more private."

The house itself has luxuries on a compact scale that downsizers appreciated. "Some of the semis in the area are bigger than this, so it's for somebody who wanted a detached home, but didn't want a large home, and wanted the privacy, but not a lot of land to take care of," Ms. Lemieux says.

"Everything [the seller] did was environmentally friendly as well … and the basement was unspoilt, but there was lots of potential with big above-grade windows, so it would be easy to finish that off if you needed extra space."

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