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TAXES $3,193 (2012)


LISTING AGENT Heather Lemieux, Royal LePage Connect Realty

The Action: In a waterfront community in Scarborough, this raised, brick bungalow with an attached garage only logged a handful of showings on the first day before two buyers rushed back with competing offers.

What They Got: This over 50-year-old bungalow largely maintained its traditional charm, but was updated with new roofing, patio, eat-in kitchen and main bathroom over the past five years.

Hardwood floors are hidden beneath broadloom in the three bedrooms, including a master suite with a bathroom, and a fireside living room and adjacent dining area with crown mouldings.

The basement offers a guest bedroom and bathroom, office and recreation room with a second wood burning fireplace, above grade windows and access to the garden and upper deck off the kitchen. The 57-by-102-foot property fronts onto a treed street and backs onto a trail system. Plus it is within a ten-minute walk to the waterfront, Guildwood Park and Guildwood GO train station.

The Agent’s Take: “The street itself was on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Guild and this backed onto a park and walkway,” agent Heather Lemieux said.

“[The buyers] had a dog, so this was one of the biggest selling features for them.” Buyers also recognized the rarity of the bungalow’s attributes.

“It was a great raised bungalow with a walkout basement and a double car garage,” Ms. Lemieux said. “[Plus] it did have a two-piece en suite, which you don’t tend to get in the Guild.”

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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