2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
3 levels
Living space area (basement exclu.) 957 ft² (88.91 m²)

Owners’ comments

Condo located in the center of Little Italy.

Stunning corner unit with abundant light. Built 2010 upscale with higher soundproofing and air conditioning. Lots of storage space, especially in the kitchen and both bedrooms.

District - Milex.
-Near Jean-Talon market, Milano market and all Italian restaurants on Saint-Laurent.
-Near the park of Little Italy and Jarry Park.
-Close to the metro Jean-Talon.

Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Ownership
Divided
Property Style
Divided Co-Ownership
Bedroom details
Plancher bois franc,grand garde-robe.
Bathroom details
Douche en céramique.
Asking Price
$327,000
Municipal Assessment
$258,300
Year of construction
2010

External facing:

  • Brick

Floor coverings:

  • Hardwood
  • Ceramic

Heating source:

  • Electric
  • Baseboard

Kitchen:

  • Double sink

Equipment/Services Included:

  • Blinds
  • Alarm system
  • Central air

Bathroom:

  • Ceramic Shower
  • Separate Shower

Location:

  • Near park
  • Public transportation

Near Commerce:

  • Supermarket
  • Drugstore
  • Financial institution
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

Near Educational Services:

  • Elementary school

Near Recreational Services:

  • Gym

Complete list of property features

Room dimensions

Storey
Room
Dimensions
Flooring
Bathroom
Storey: Lower
Dimensions: 9' 3" x 8' (2,82 m x 2,44 m)
Flooring: Ceramic
Bedroom 1 (Master)
Storey: Lower
Dimensions: 11' 4" x 11' 5" (3,45 m x 3,48 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Bedroom 2
Storey: Lower
Dimensions: 11' 9" x 10' 3" (3,58 m x 3,12 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Dining Room / Living room
Storey: Lower
Dimensions: 16' 5" x 16' 2" (5 m x 4,93 m)
Flooring: Hardwood
Kitchen
Storey: Lower
Dimensions: 10' 3" x 10' (3,12 m x 3,05 m)
Flooring: Ceramic

Annual and Monthly costs

Summary of Expenditures
Monthly
Annual
Mortgage
Electricity
$64.58
$774.90
Property taxes
$173.12
$2,077.41
School taxes
$36.67
$440.04
Condo fees
$132.00
$1,584.00
Insurance
$29.07
$348.80

Property transfer duties

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Documents - Offer to purchase and counteroffer

$327,000

Condominium for sale

No. 566925

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