Six Weeks Later they Accepted an Offer of $2.45-million


"Six weeks later, they accepted an offer of $2.45-million, the amount the seller had paid in 2017”


The unit was first listed in May at $2.788-million, but after extensive marketing no offer came in. The seller reduced the price 72 days later to $2.688-million. Six weeks later, they accepted an offer of $2.45-million, the amount the seller had paid in 2017. The buyer is a Vancouverite who intends to reside in the apartment. The sale went through on Sept. 26.


What they got

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The unit features travertine tile floors.


RE/MAX CREST REALTY


This three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 2,056-square-foot suite has all the high-end appliances and finishings one would expect for luxury Jameson House, which was built in 2011.


It includes travertine tile floors, custom light fixtures and cabinets, integrated speakers, floor-to-ceiling windows and deluxe appliances. It has Stanley Park and ocean views at the north side of the building, with a large balcony.


The architect-designed building includes the first automated parking system in Canada, in which the car is dropped off and moved into a storage space using a lift and computer controls.


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/vancouver/article-downtown-vancouver-condo-sells-at-same-price-it-went-for-in-2017/

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