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402 1007 Johnson Street
Vi Downtown VICTORIA V8V 3N6

$199,900
Residential beds: 0 baths: 1.0 392 sq. ft. built: 2010

SOLD OVER THE ASKING PRICE!
Main Photo: 402 1007 Johnson Street in VICTORIA: Vi Downtown Condo Apartment for sale (Victoria)  : MLS®# 369674
Prop. Type:
Residential
MLS® Num:
369674
Status:
Sold
Sold Date:
Nov 03, 2016
Bathrooms:
1
Year Built:
2010
Welcome to the Bossi. A small collection of urban studios steps to restaurants, theatres, cafes, shopping and everything that downtown has to offer. On the quiet side of the building overlooking the city this top floor unit faces south offering naturally bright rooms. Rentable and pets welcome, a good fit for an investor or first time purchaser. A, “Court Ordered Sale” offered for sale at 199,900 this is terrific value!
Price:
$199,900
Dwelling Type:
Condo Apartment
Property Type:
Residential
Bedrooms:
0
Bathrooms:
1.0
Year Built:
2010
Floor Area:
392 sq. ft.
Lot Size:
0.009 acre(s)
MLS® Num:
369674
Status:
Sold
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Listed by RE/MAX Camosun and Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, sold on November, 2016
Listing information last updated on November 3, 2016 at 12:05 PM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
175
Avg list price:
$519,000
Min list price:
$58,000
Max list price:
$10,799,000
Avg days on market:
90
Min days on market:
2
Max days on market:
859
Avg price per sq.ft.:
$710.42
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in Vi Downtown. Average values are derived using median calculations.
DAVID SILLETTA