11 Charlotte St., No. 3006, Toronto
Asking price: $918,900
Selling price: $907,000
Previous selling price: $575,133 (2016)
Taxes: $3,554 (2019)
Days on the market: 17
Listing agent: Robin Pope, Pope Real Estate Ltd.
There were several northeast corner two-bedroom condos in the King Charlotte building competing for buyers in May and June. This one, on the 30th floor, had a few advantages – an unobstructed view, a parking space and it was vacant, which made for an easy house tour.
“Shortly after we went to market, there were four other units that came available like ours,” agent Robin Pope said.
“It sold for about one per cent less than the seller’s original expectations, which isn’t very much money,” Mr. Pope said, “especially when he was also moving. It didn’t seem like it was the right thing to hold out for one per cent.”
What they got
In a building less than five years old, this 824-square-foot unit was built with a fusion of industrial and modern finishes, such as nine-foot concrete ceilings, walls of windows and sliding doors to the balcony from the bedroom and living room.
The floors are hardwood and the bathroom has marble countertops. In the kitchen, the countertops are quartz, with glass tile back splashes and stainless steel appliances.
The unit comes with ensuite laundry facilities and a storage locker. Monthly fees of $726 cover the cost of water, 24-hour concierge, an use of an outdoor pool and rooftop deck.
The agent’s take
“It’s a very contemporary, loft-style space with exposed ceilings, and it was a corner unit, so it was very bright with nice views,” Mr. Pope said.
“The sunsets from this apartment were unbelievable.”
Your house is your most valuable asset. We have a weekly Real Estate newsletter to help you stay on top of news on the housing market, mortgages, the latest closings and more. Sign up today.