Homes and Condo Mississauga

$855,000 in Niagara Neighbourhood, $600,000 in Leslieville: What these condos got


Location: 766 King St. W., Unit 402,

King St. W. and Bathurst St.

Asking Price: $ 865,000 [19659005] Sale price: $ 855,000

Previous selling price: $ 455,000 (2008)

Size: about 1,200 sq.m. Ft

Parking: private underground space, private locker

Maintenance costs: $ 587.31 per month

Taxes: $ 3.454 (2017)

Bedrooms: 2 plus 1

Bathrooms: 2

Sold: 13 December 17. Closed: 11 January 18

  766 King St. W., Unit 402
766 King St. W., Unit 402

This three-story condo in downtown Toronto in a mid-hour construction took a little less than two months to sell for 99 percent of the asking price.

"My buyers wanted something spacious and unique, we had spent several weeks looking at property owned, but in the end this house-like condo unit was exactly the low-maintenance option my customers wanted.The spiral staircase leading to a loft, was a big point of sale, the third floor could be a spare room with its own bathroom, or it could serve as an office or an office on the den, there is a huge amount of living space, and three floors provide enough privacy for the residents. The large terrace with gas connection overlooking King St. is a great bonus, the suite is in excellent condition and the kitchen has been refurbished and has a wine fridge, "says buyer Scott Hanton.

The building is a staircase to many trendy and popular restaurants, nightlife and shopping. It is close to TTC routes and also has easy access to the Gardiner Expressway.

The building has a security system.

  766 King St. W., Unit 402
766 King St. W., Unit 402

Main floor of the unit has: foyer with wooden floor and built-in cupboard; bedroom with built-in wardrobe, wooden floor and Juliette balcony; second bedroom with skylight, built-in wardrobe and wooden floor; four-part bathroom.

On the second level are: kitchen with marble floor and stainless steel appliances; dining room with wooden floor and strike to terrace; living room with wooden floor.

On the third floor are: study room overlooking the living room with a wooden floor; two-piece bathroom.

Buyer's agent: Scott Hanton, Keller Williams Advantage Realty, Brokerage, 416-464-4545;


  1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713
1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713 ( SYSTEM )

Location 1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713,

Dundas St. E. and Carlaw Ave.,

Asking price: $ 555,000 [19659003] Sale price: $ 600,000

Previous sales price: N / A

Size: more than 600 sq.m. Ft

Parking: private underground space, private safe

Maintenance costs: $ 436.30 per month

Taxes: $ 2,373 (2017)

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sold: Nov. 20 17. Closed: Feb. 07/18

  1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713
1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713

This two-bedroom unit has only taken two days to sell the market for 108 percent of the asking price.

"This loft Leslieville is located in a boutique building close to the beaches and the distillery district, with heated light fixtures, dark hardwood floors and nine feet, ceilings throughout, and a kitchen with extensive cupboards and a gas stove. barbecue connection on the balcony ", says agent Eric Skicki.

The building is a few blocks south of Gerrard St. E., where Riverdale Shopping Center and businesses are located. It is also within walking distance south of Queen St. E. restaurants and shops. Also is within walking distance of parks, and it has easy access to the Don Valley Pkwy. and Lake Shore Blvd.

Building amenities include a gym and a gym.

  1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713
1238 Dundas St. E., Unit 713

Unit has: living room with hardwood floor and strike to a balcony; dining room with hardwood floor; kitchen with built-in stainless steel appliances; large bedroom with hardwood floor and double closet; second bedroom with hardwood floor and closet; four-part bathroom.

Listing agent: Eric Skicki, Cloud Realty, Brokerage, 647-989-7517;; .

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