Concord condos for sale toronto. Why can the price of real estate in Toronto reach 1.45 million? People say you can’t judge people by their appearance, and the same applies to dirty, dilapidated houses.
Sometimes, a seemingly dilapidated house is actually a piece of jade, full of chic modern furniture and newly decorated interior space.
There are also some houses, such as this two-bedroom bungalow in North New York, with planks on the door and roof fragments in the yard, asking for 1.45 million yuan.
The house, located at 19 Amber Road, can be seen surrounded by rubbish, without any indoor pictures, but a vague description of “the most valuable” and “great potential”.
Both the words “house in need of repair” and “need TLC” indicate that such a place was uninhabitable in the first place.
When a real estate agent writes “attention, builder / renovator” on the manual, the place is usually a dump. Close to the school and the busy Allen Road, you can see from the outside that it is a garbage dump.
So why does such a small bungalow with only two bedrooms, a bathroom and an undecorated basement, like a garbage dump, charge so much so far from the city center?
According to Home Bound Realty Inc. In other words, the 1.45 million yuan you pay is good value for money because the house is located in a “quiet, child-safe” area, “surrounded by multimillion-dollar custom houses” and only five minutes from Shepard West subway station.
The high price is more likely to come from its huge land (45×157 feet). However, the local government did not order the demolition.
Although the real estate agent admitted that the property was “mainly land premium”, it also trumpeted the house’s oak floors, electric lights and “potential basement apartments”.
Is this house livable? Perhaps, although a lot of work needs to be done at first: you can see a large area of roof tiles on the floor behind the house, the roof itself does not look like a match, and in some places it is falling apart.