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836 WILLIAM ST., NEW WESTMINSTER

ASKING PRICE $1.4-million

SELLING PRICE $1.36-million

DAYS ON THE MARKET 8

TAXES $5,565

LISTING AGENT James Garbutt, Sutton Group

The Action: The property sold quickly because it is in the prime Massey Heights neighbourhood of New Westminster, on a quiet street at the top of a hill.

What They Got: This 1950s bungalow underwent a major $600,000 architect-designed renovation five years ago. Another level was added as well as a two-car garage and rear deck.

This three-bedroom house with floor-to-ceiling windows, wood accents and an open contemporary design is almost 4,000 square feet.

It has a gourmet kitchen, floating staircase and a 552-square-foot deck with views of the North Shore Mountains.

The Agent's Take: "The home is very unique and in a great location," says listing agent James Garbutt. "Splice Design specializes in modern residential homes. It's a modern masterpiece.

"It is far above the quality of most new spec built homes in the area," Mr. Garbutt says. "With a sale price of $1.36-million, I think the buyer is getting a great value. It is below the replacement value of the home and it is located in a top-tier neighbourhood."

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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