August 2, 2012

Burnaby home sells for asking price in three days

Sweeping views from elevation and a well-maintained property appeal to buyers

241 North Sea Ave., Burnaby

Type: 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom detached
Size: 2,621 sq. ft
BC Assessment, 2011: $874,300
Listed for: $1,390,000
Sold for: $1,390,000
Sold on: June 7
Days on market: 3
Listing agent: Joe Fayner at RE/MAX Select Properties
Buyers agent: Mario Felicella at Sutton Group — West Coast Realty

The big sell: One of the advantages of living in Burnaby’s Capitol Hill neighbourhood is the panoramic view that many homes enjoy due to their elevated position. This property is no exception, with North Shore Mountain, Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm vistas from every room. The rancher was built in 1952 on a 7,534-square-foot landscaped slope with stairs that lead up towards the home and a front patio. The interior features a spacious and open-style kitchen with quartz countertops, a full set of stainless steel appliances, and a built-in wine cooler. There is a full basement which contains a bedroom, living room, kitchen, den and storage space. The property enjoys a central location that is close to shopping, transit, SFU, and a 20-minute drive to Vancouver’s downtown core.

These transactions were compiled by Nicola Way of BestHomesBC.com and AssignmentsCanada.ca.
Realtors — send your recent sales to nicola@besthomesbc.com

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