April 19, 2024

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Taste the Home & Environment

Designer’s beach front house cuts out a kitchen area and $100,000 off selling price to speed up sale

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102 Dixon Ave., Toronto

Inquiring selling price: $2,598,000 (May, 2023)

Former asking cost: $2,698,000 (April, 2023)

Providing price tag: $2.5-million (Could, 2023)

Previous selling selling price: $459,054 (February, 2012) $280,000 (August, 1992)

Taxes: $7,804 (2022)

Times on the industry: 15

Home times on the sector: 50

Listing agent: Anna Kemp, Re/Max Hallmark Realty Ltd.

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The main kitchen area and dining place features an island, stainless metal appliances, hardwood flooring and pot lights.Handout

The action

This 4-bed room household noticed a continuous movement of future potential buyers in April, but their frequent complaint was it had 3 kitchens. To solution that concern, the value was reduced to $2,598,000 from $2,698,000 and one particular kitchen was ripped out. Dozens examined the current space, and one consumer trimmed off an additional $98,000 for a ultimate deal at $2.5-million.

“When we initial mentioned the assets, it had a kitchen on the 3rd floor – my vendor applied to rent that out occasionally or use it for company, so it was like an in-law suite – but the suggestions was most potential buyers were seeking for a one-family household,” mentioned agent Anna Kemp.

“We taken off the kitchen area, and after that was accomplished, it sold really quickly.”

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This detached household observed a continuous move of future purchasers in April.Handout

What they received

This detached dwelling was erected on a 25- by 100-foot large amount extra than 100 years ago. In recent yrs, it was considerably enhanced with modern mechanics and appointments in the course of, additionally an updated back deck.

Every level has a modern day bathroom, and the primary kitchen and eating space characteristics an island, stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring and pot lights.

There is a dwelling place with a gas hearth, and a relatives area on the second floor.

The basement suite has just one bedroom and open up recreation and cooking quarters.

The agent’s consider

“My client was a designer, so she was meticulous with her household, and picked attractive, high-conclude finishes,” claimed Ms. Kemp.

“Another special function was an excess broad driveway, which is not that frequent in the Seashores.”

Neighborhood features are also quick to reach on foot or by motor vehicle. “It’s close to Queen Road and the beach front, but slightly more on the west finish side of the Beaches, so that designed commuting downtown and having in and out of the Beach locations quick,” Ms. Kemp stated.

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This four-bed room household features one bedroom in the basement suite.Handout