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1505 - 501 PACIFIC ST., VANCOUVER

LIST PRICE $595,000

SALE PRICE $575,000

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TAXES $2,319 (2013)

MAINTENANCE FEES $498/month

DAYS ON MARKET 29

LISTING AGENT Keith Roy/Macdonald Realty

The Action: The immaculate two-bedroom unit was purchased by the first person that saw it. Listing agent Keith Roy says it was the unit's one-block proximity to Yaletown, as well as extra building amenities including the indoor/outdoor pool, gym, hot tub, volleyball courts, fitness centre, concierge and two guest suites that appealed to the buyer.

What They Got: The 971-square-foot, two-bedroom-plus-den unit has a skyline view toward English Bay.

Floor-to-ceiling windows, an extra-large entertaining space, a master bedroom big enough for a king-sized bed, and walk-in shower in the ensuite are also included.

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The building is 14 years old, but the unit included upgrades with new carpets and paint. The unit comes with two parking spaces and two storage lockers.

The Agent's Take: "The 501 was one of the earlier buildings in Yaletown and it offers great value for the size, location and amenities, if you don't have to live in something that is brand new," says Roy.

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