Location: 1871 Una Rd.,
Whites Rd. N. and New St.
Asking price: $599,900
Selling price: $618,000
Previous selling price: $332,500 (2012)
Size: about 1,441 sq. ft.
Lot: 32-by-115 feet, built-in one car garage, private drive
Taxes: $4,300 (2019)
Bedrooms: 3 plus 1
Sold: June 23/19. Closed: August 15/19.
This semi-detached two-storey home sold in three days for 103 per cent of the listing price.
“This is a spacious home in the sought-after Amberlea neighbourhood of Pickering, featuring a main floor family room addition with a skylight and a powder room. As well, the windows, garage door, front door, shingles, insulation, siding and wiring have been upgraded,” says listing agent Sarah O’Neill.
The home is near parks, schools, shopping, restaurants, and access to Highway 401.
Main floor: living room with hardwood floor and picture window; dining room with hardwood floor; kitchen with breakfast bar and pass through; family room with hardwood floor, skylight and walkout to yard; two-piece bathroom.
Second floor: master bedroom with wood floor, walk-in closet and double closet; two additional bedrooms with wood floors and double closets; four-piece bathroom.
Finished basement: recreation room with wood floor and pot lights; bedroom with broadloom on floor and pot lights; separate entrance.
Listing agent: Sarah O’Neill, The Mills Team, Royal LePage Signature Realty, Brokerage, 416-443-0300; www.themillsteam.ca
Location: 4331B Bloor St. W.,
Bloor St. W. and Mill Rd.
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