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6110 138th St., Unit 24, Surrey

6110 138TH ST., UNIT 24, SURREY, B.C.



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PREVIOUS SALE PRICE: $394,000 (2016)


TAXES: $2,367


LISTING AGENT: Owen Bigland, Macdonald Realty Westmar

The Action: "Interest was quite high even though it's in an area of Surrey [Sullivan Station] where there is a lot of new development and dozens of new town homes on the market, direct from the developer," listing agent Owen Bigland says. "The buyers had a young family and were looking for more space and a true backyard. They were moving up from a smaller two-bedroom townhome in the area."

What They Got: The 2,000-square-foot, three-bedroom-and-den townhouse, built in 2005, has a two-car garage and a private, fenced backyard. It includes a walkout basement with a roughed-in bathroom and recreation room that could be used as a fourth bedroom. The townhome is on a quiet street, close to schools and shopping in the Sullivan Station area. "The home had been beautifully maintained over the years and was in mint condition," Mr. Bigland says.

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The Agent's Take: Mr. Bigland says developers are no longer building duplex-style townhomes with wide floor plans because land is so expensive. Most new builds are narrower, with more stairs to climb.

"This unit could comfortably fit a family of five," he says.

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