Location: 88 Charles St. E., Unit 403,
Bloor St. E. and Church St.
Asking price: $299,000
Selling price: $337,500
Previous selling price: $127,500 (2004)
Size: about 477 sq. ft.
Parking: no parking, no locker
Maintenance fees: $329.21 per month
Taxes: $1,506 (2016)
Bedrooms: 0 (studio)
Days on the market: 5
The affordable downtown studio unit located in a midrise building sold for 113 per cent of the asking price in less than a week.
“This conveniently located studio suite situated one block from the Yonge and Bloor subway station is located in a low-maintenance, quiet building — a refreshing change from the 40-plus-storey towers and long elevator waits. It is the perfect unit for first-time buyers or investors,” says listing agent Cameron Weir.
The building is close to many urban stores, restaurants, the Toronto Pubic Library, theatres and Yorkville shopping.
Amenities in the building include a gym, a sauna, a rooftop terrace with barbecues, a courtyard and a bike room.
Unit has: living room with laminate floor; dining room with laminate floor; kitchen with ceramic tile floor, ceramic tile backsplash and pass-through; four-piece bathroom.
Source: Toronto Star
Originally posted 2017-08-14 09:17:41.
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