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903 Henley St., New Westminster, B.C.

Diamond Schmitt Architects/Globe and Mail Update

903 Henley St., New Westminster, B.C.

ASKING PRICE $1.248-million

SELLING PRICE $1.311-million

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DAYS ON MARKET 10

TAXES $4,348.90

LISTING AGENTS James Garbutt & Denny Dumas, Keller Williams Elite Realty

The Action: There were four offers for this handsome Craftsman-style house. Agent James Garbutt estimates that three-quarters of the people who toured the house were from Vancouver.

"This home attracted a lot of young families and professionals from Vancouver," he says. "Three of the four offers came from Vancouver buyers, and the buyers that purchased the home are a young couple from downtown Vancouver looking to start a family."

What They Got: The Moody Park Craftsman, built in 1901, has been renovated with refinished fir floors, updated kitchen with quartz counters, stainless-steel appliances, new wood cabinets, new electrical, plumbing, windows, drainage and exterior siding. The house sits on a lot that is 43-by-101 feet, and has original details, including coffered ceilings and stained glass windows.

It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two large rec rooms, formal dining room and potential for suite.

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The Agent's Take: "This home is in immaculate condition, has loads of charm mixed with beautiful renovations, and as a result it sold for $63,000 over asking," Mr. Garbutt says.

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