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73 Macpherson Ave., Toronto.

73 Macpherson Ave., Toronto

Asking price: $2.8-million

Selling price: $3,050,000

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Previous selling prices: $1,925,000 (2014); $1.8-million (2012); $685,000 (2003); $526,687 (1999)

Taxes: $11,772 (2017)

Days on the market: Five

Listing and co-op agent: Boris Kholodov, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Johnston and Daniel Division

THE ACTION

House hunters outnumbered sellers in Summerhill this June, so this semi-detached house on a 21-by-120-foot lot had a $3.05-million offer just days after 60 showings were completed.

“There was very limited inventory, which is very usual in Summerhill,” agent Boris Kholodov said.

“We had generated a lot of interest, but an offer came in from an eager buyer before the offer date and the seller decided to accepted it.”

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WHAT THEY GOT

The back patio, accessible from the kitchen, is finished with granite and steel.

This century-old home offers 2,751 square feet of living space spanning four levels, including a lower-level recreation room with a bar and an exit to a carport and south-facing patio with ipe, granite and steel finishes.

The backyard and deck are also accessible from a kitchen, which overlooks the living and dining areas.

More enclosed quarters entail an office with a deck on the third floor and three bedrooms, all with bathrooms.

THE AGENT’S TAKE

The century-old home offers 2,751 square feet of living space, spanning four levels.

“The bestselling feature was the location, but also, its condition played an important role because it’s a home in move-in condition, renovated from top to bottom,” Mr. Kholodov said.

“And it was beautifully landscaping as well at the front and back.”

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