This two-storey house enjoys a 50-foot frontage and a total lot area of 6,250 square feet.
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Weekly roundup of three properties that recently sold in Metro Vancouver.
1120 Doran Rd., North Vancouver
Type: Four-bedroom, two-bathroom detached
Size: 2,148 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $1,844,000
Listed for: $1,785,000
Sold for: $2,050,000
Sold on: March 15
Days on market in this listing: Eight
Listing agent: Phil LeGree at Keller Williams Realty VanCentral
Buyers agent: Mana Noori at Sutton Group – West Coast Realty
The big sell: This two-storey house resides in North Vancouver’s Lynn Valley community and enjoys a 50-foot frontage and a total lot area of 6,250 square feet. Built in the early 1920s, it features three bedrooms on the main level and one bedroom on the lower level alongside a recreation room, flex room, full bathroom and laundry, offering the potential to convert this floor into a suite. Exterior steps lead up to an enclosed front porch which could also double as a sun room. Inside, wood floors flow throughout the main level where a bright south-facing living room has a wood-burning fireplace and the kitchen overlooks the dining area encompassed by windows and a glass roof. Both the primary bedroom and dining area have access to a sizable rear deck and treed backyard where a large storage shed offers a variety of uses.
902 – 885 Cambie St., Vancouver
Type: Two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment
Size: 1,084 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $1,623,000
Listed for: $1,700,000
Sold for: $1,623,000
Sold on: February 20
Days on market in this listing: 41
Listing agent: Gregg Baker at Engel & Volkers Vancouver
Buyers agent: Larry Cheng at YVR International Realty
The big sell: The Smithe by Boffo Developments was constructed in 2021 and hosts a number of amenities including full-time concierge services. In addition to this particular home’s 1,084-square-foot interior, it boasts a noteworthy 895 square feet of outdoor space including a sizeable terrace finished with a pergola and fire pit and equipped with electrical, gas and water connections. The refined interior has honed natural marble flooring, a spa-like bathroom clad in white marble with walnut cabinets and fixtures by Dornbracht and Duravit, and a kitchen with walnut and matte lacquer cabinetry by Binova of Italy, a centre island with bar seating, and integrated Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. The suite comes with a parking stall fitted with an EV outlet, a storage locker and a monthly maintenance fee of $605.28. Pets and rentals are permitted with restrictions.
2279 Lorraine Ave., Coquitlam
Type: Five-bedroom, three-bathroom detached
Size: 2,536 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $1,493,200
Listed for: $1,699,900
Sold for: $1,910,000
Sold on: February 28
Days on market in this listing: Zero
Listing agent: Rod Bahari at Sutton Group – West Coast Realty
Buyers agent: Jas Chahal and Jeff Chadha at Century 21 Supreme Realty
The big sell: No sooner had this five-bedroom detached property in Coquitlam East hit the market when it was snapped up for more than $200,000 over the listed price. Occupying a flat 9,636-square-foot lot with Fraser River views, the 1960s house was renovated in 2018 and features three bedrooms upstairs alongside a spacious living/dining room and an entertainer’s kitchen with quartz counters, Shaker-style cabinets and access to a wraparound deck from which to take full advantage of the vistas. This upper floor is currently rented for $3,000 per month while the fully updated two-bedroom ground-level suite is rented for $1,400 per month. Additional highlights include an attached double-car garage with workshop at the front of the home with driveway parking for additional vehicles or an RV.
These transactions were compiled by Nicola Way of BestHomesBC.com.
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