Listing agent reports that 11 offers were received for this three-bedroom, original-owner home that pushed the final sale figure to more than $175,000 over the listed price.
Weekly roundup of three properties that recently sold in Metro Vancouver.
667 Lost Lake Dr., Coquitlam
Type: Three-bedroom, three-bathroom detached
Size: 2,029 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $1,017,000
Listed for: $1,288,900
Sold for: $1,465,000
Sold on: August 25
Days on market in this listing: Seven
Listing agent: Shannon Drummond and Pat Drummond at Keller Williams Elite Realty
Buyers agent: Michelle Hawthorne at ReMax Sabre Realty Group
The big sell: According to listing agent Shannon Drummond, 11 offers were received for this three-bedroom, original-owner home that pushed the final sale figure to more than $175,000 over the listed price. Built in 1986 on a cul de sac in the East Coquitlam subdivision with parks all around, the house features a two-level interior with a vaulted ceiling in the living room, a stone-surround gas fireplace, and an adjacent dining area with pendant lighting suspended from a ceiling rose. The well-equipped kitchen overlooks an informal eating area and a family room. All three bedrooms are upstairs including a spacious principal bedroom suite. Outside, the garden is fully fenced and landscaped with a border of flower beds. A newer roof, furnace and plumbing are additional highlights.
221 – 455 East 16th Ave., Vancouver
Type: Three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse
Size: 1,236 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $1,211,000
Listed for: $1,225,000
Sold for: $1,335,000
Sold on: September 20
Days on market in this listing: Seven
Listing agent: Karley Rice at Macdonald Realty
Buyers agent: Adrienne Kenny, Scott Regamble and Amanda Crosby Regamble at Engel & Volkers Vancouver
The big sell: Skala is a six-year-old 20-unit townhouse complex developed by Mondevo that fuses West Coast elements into Danish design influences with a white-clad exterior accented with dark ash and charcoal and a layout that focuses the homes around a central courtyard. This particular three-storey unit has a corner position and offers an open floor plan on the main level with a modern kitchen displaying top-of-the-line appliances, composite stone countertops and white cabinetry. All three bedrooms are accommodated over the upper two levels as well as a den and a top-floor balcony. There is a patio with gas connection for a barbecue at the front of the home and a parking stall in the underground garage. This unit’s monthly maintenance fee is $418.89 and pets and rentals are permitted with restrictions.
432 – 9388 McKim Way, Richmond
Type: Two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment
Size: 775 square feet
B.C. Assessment: $531,000
Listed for: $619,000
Sold for: $601,800
Sold on: August 22
Days on market in this listing: 34
Listing agent: Aaron Cheng at Sutton Group – 1st West Realty
Buyers agent: Sharon Williams at Macdonald Realty
The big sell: The Polygon-built Mayfair Place occupies a central location in Richmond’s Alexandra Gardens community in the city’s West Cambie district. Designed by architect Robert Ciccozzi, and constructed in 2013, the complex features 8,000 square feet of resort-style amenities with a clubhouse, outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, lounge, party room, pool table and movie theatre. This home has an enviable penthouse position and a south-facing aspect that takes in courtyard and garden views. The fully air-conditioned interior has nine-foot-high ceilings, GE and Samsung stainless-steel appliances, Kohler fixtures, granite counters, and laminate wood and custom tile flooring. The unit comes with two parking stalls and a storage locker, and a monthly maintenance fee of $386.94. Pets (with restrictions) and rentals are allowed.
These transactions were compiled by Nicola Way of BestHomesBC.com.
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