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Condomonium: $1.1 million for an updated Yorkville condo with terraces straight out of London

Condomonium: $1.1 million for an updated Yorkville condo with terraces straight out of London
The bottom floors of the 1970s-era building contain retail space and offices (with a nearby Whole Foods, apparently)

ADDRESS: 18A Hazelton Avenue, Unit 405

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Yorkville

AGENT: Daiva Dalinda, Royal LePage

PRICE: $1,100,000

THE PLACE: A thoroughly updated two-level suite in one of the oldest condos in Yorkville. The mixed-use building is located a few steps (like, six) from Hazelton Lanes.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Overlooking the historic Victorians along Scollard Street, the brick terraces feel like they’ve been brought in from London—with no need to worry about tumbling panes of glass.

BIG SELLING POINT: A modern reno. The low-rise building may have been built in the 1970s, but the owners recently did a massive overhaul on the unit, tearing down walls to create a decidedly 21st-century open-concept living space.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Constructed before this era of escalating amenities (yoga studios! bowling allies! full-service spas!), the building has 24-hour concierge, but that’s it.

BY THE NUMBERS:
• $1,100,000
• $1,672.03 in monthly maintenance fees
• 1370 square feet
• Up to 9-foot-high ceilings
• 3 bathrooms
• 2 levels
• 2 terraces
• 2 bedrooms

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