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The 1,400-square foot, two-bedroom unit is just steps away from Stanley Park and the sea wall.

1189 Melville St., Unit 3904, Vancouver

Listing price: $2,258,000

Selling price: $2.1-million

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Days on market: 17

Taxes: $4,509.37

Maintenance fee: $880

Listing agent: Sutton Group-West Coast Realty

Buying agent: Nicolas Blachette, Re/Max Crest Realty

The action

The seller received just one offer, said the buyer’s agent, Nicolas Blachette. “Lots of buyers are actively looking and waiting right now before writing offers. The last few days have seen an increase in sales downtown, though. There was lots of interest.”

What they got

The 1,400-square foot, two-bedroom unit is in Coal Harbour, with Stanley Park and the sea wall within steps. The corner unit on the 30th floor has views of the city and mountains, a glass conservatory, three bathrooms, nine-foot ceilings, air conditioning, floor-to-ceiling windows, fireplace, balcony and two parking spaces. The building is 11 years old and has hot tub and pool.

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The agent’s take

“It offers a great long-term investment potential,” Mr. Blachette said. “My buyer will live in it and may rent it [out] from time to time.”

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