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Six-way fight helps Annex home go $239,567 over asking Add to ...



SELLING PRICE $1,234,567


TAXES $5,759 (2013)


LISTING AGENT Beth Sulman and Gil Goldstein, Sutton Group – Associates Realty Inc.

The Action: In early June, buyers had a decent list of homes to choose from in Harbord Village in the south Annex, but this semi-detached Victorian was on a street with little turnover, so it was intentionally priced at less than $1-million and offers held off for one week. All those factors combined resulted in a bidding war between six shoppers, and one party assembled $239,567 over the list price.

What They Got: This over-century-old brick residence has three levels of finished space above grade with classic hardwood floors and open principal rooms, including a living room, central dining area and a sky-lit kitchen addition with a walkout to the patio covering the 19-by-120-foot grounds.

Two of three bathrooms are on the upper floors, where there are three second-floor bedrooms, including one with a Juliet balcony, and two third-floor bedrooms, including a master suite with a deck and ensuite.

The basement has its own bedroom, bathroom and entertaining and cooking quarters.

The Agent’s Take: “It’s a very pretty house,” says agent Beth Sulman, citing original pocket doors and coffered ceilings as some examples. “It was in fantastic condition, very well-maintained by the owner and previous owners.”

Furthermore, the home is in close proximity to amenities, from Kensington Market and Bloor Street shops to streetcars and postsecondary schools. “It’s a fabulous location, which sets it apart from other houses,” Ms. Sulman said. “It has a walk score [walkscore.com] over 90.”

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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