$799,000

1121 Cooke Boulevard #18

Burlington ON, L7T 0C3

Description

Exceptional modern town home at exceptional location, commuter's dream, minute to highway and walking distance to Aldershot GO Station. This stunning 3 storey rooftop terrace townhome features sleek design and modern finishes, bright open concept living room, separate dining room, over-sized windows and premium plank laminate floors, gourmet kitchen with Quartz countertop and backsplash. Large master bedroom with spa-like Ensuite perfect for relaxing gateway. Private roof top terrace provide elegant outdoor living spaces, perfect for entertaining guests or for a quiet down time. This is a back-to-back town house, not a stack-town, it has a built-in garage and front driveway. Affordable condo fee, 5 piece appliance and AC are included. Water heater and HRV system are rental. Firm closing date is not set, expected closing date in late March to mid April. Contact the listing agent for more information.

Details

MLS#H4099547
Listing TypeFor Sale
StyleTown House
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Days On Site41

Features

Bed(s)2
Bath(s) 3 Total
SQ Feet1,510
Story(s)3 Storey
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Area Information
ProvinceON
CountyHalton
CityBurlington
Postal CodeL7T 0C3
AreaHalton
Community NameAldershot Central
Listing VS Median (in Aldershot Central)
Price:
$799,000
low | high
Med:
$549,900
81.176470588235% of Average
SqFt:
1,510
low | high
Med:
689
100% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$529
low | high
Med:
$798
2% of Average
On Site:
41
low | high
Med:
7
100% of Average
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Listing Updated: April 16, 2021 8:02:16 PM PDT
David Tu LogoMLS Number: H4099547
Listing Provided By:
David Tu  of  Right At Home Realty Inc.
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