ArtWalk Condos . The price of a detached house is only 500000. The listing price of a detached house in Toronto is only 500000. That sounds attractive. However, the listing profile of the house says that the smell of the house is so bad that it may be difficult to see the house.Please Visit: Yorkwoods Condos to Get Your VVIP Registration Today!
According to CTV News, the address of the house is 11 Lucy Avenue, located in the the Victoria Park to Danforth avenues area of Scarborough.
The listing profile of the house said, “it may be difficult to see the house because of the pungent smell.” It is said that the cause of the smell is a cat.
The front bedroom of the house has no ground floor and has been taped around for security reasons.
The house has three bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as an undecorated basement. Photos of the interior of the house are not available.
Given that the average home price in Toronto has exceeded 1 million, the house may still appeal to some people.
The sales agent made it clear that the house was best suited for demolition and reconstruction, and said there were some new houses under construction in the area.
The annual property tax of the house is 2425 yuan.
Considering the soaring prices of detached houses in Toronto, the stench of this house may not be so annoying.
Meaton and Toronto also rose 2.8 per cent last month, driven by 3.7 per cent and 3.4 per cent respectively, the highest monthly increase since 1999.
The report pointed out that this is the third month in a row that the composite index growth of 11 major cities is higher than that of the previous month. The national composite index for May was 269.07, up 13.7% from the same period last year and the strongest 12 months since July 2017. Halifax has led the country with an increase of 29.9% in the past 12 months, with Ottawa-Gatino up 22.8%, Victoria up 17%, Victoria up 15.3%, and Toronto maintaining the national average with an increase of 13.7%. Growth of 11.9% to 3.6% in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Quebec City, Calgary and Edmonton lagged behind the national average.
The monthly indices of seven towns in the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario, including Barry, Guihu, Binford, Kitchena, St. Jaffrey, O’Shahua and Petersburg, all increased compared with the same period last year. Barry, which grew the most, rose 31.4%, while Bingford, the least, rose 27.6% over the past year.