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Sold (Bought): Million-dollar listing in Maple Ridge boasts big-ticket upgrades

Plus: another $1M+ listing in Port Coquitlam and more than $500K in Vancouver's Cambie Village

Renovated white kitchen
This Maple Ridge home sold for $1,055,000 and is turnkey with a beautifully renovated and stylish kitchen. Photo by Supplied /PNG

Weekly roundup of three properties that recently sold in Metro Vancouver.

21549 122 Ave., Maple Ridge

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Pale blue house with lawn and shrubs.
A freshly painted exterior helped seal the deal at 21549 122 Avenue, in Maple Ridge. Photo by Supplied /PNG

Type: Four-bedroom, two-bathroom detached

Size: 2,416 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $1,119,000

Listed for: $1,099,000

Sold for: $1,055,000

Sold on: January 6

Days on market in this listing: 52

Listing agent: Russ Macnab at Keller Williams Elite Realty

Buyers agent: Rod Hayes at Royal LePage Sterling Realty

The big sell: Maple Ridge’s West Central district is the venue for this four-bedroom house that has been extensively updated with all the big ticket items checked off. The roof, windows, furnace and hot water tank have been upgraded and the oak floors refinished throughout the home. There are newer doors, baseboards and crown molding, and both bathrooms have been renovated. A marble-surround wood-burning fireplace in the living room provides an attractive focal point while a further fireplace resides in the 33-foot-long recreation room on the lower floor. The custom kitchen features smudge-free stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops, a brick tile backsplash, Shaker-style cabinetry, and a peninsula with bar seating. The updates continue outside with a freshly-painted exterior, while a 650-square-foot cedar deck and a hot tub provide opportunity for relaxation.

Port Coquitlam: First time on market since home built in 1978

1978-style home in Port Coquitlam
This Port Coquitlam residence was listed for $1,199,900 and sold for $1,180,000. Photo by Suppied /PNG

973 Lombardy Dr., Port Coquitlam

Type: Three-bedroom, three-bathroom detached

Size: 1,835 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $1,263,000

Listed for: $1,199,900

Sold for: $1,180,000

Sold on: January 17

Days on market in this listing: 42

Listing agent: Christine Tossa at ReMax Lifestyles Realty

Buyers agent: Adam Chahl at Oakwyn Realty

The family room inside 973 Lombardy Drive in Port Coquitlam showcases wood-accent walls, floor-to-ceiling stone-surround wood-burning fireplace and a wet bar.
The family room inside 973 Lombardy Drive in Port Coquitlam showcases wood-accent walls, floor-to-ceiling stone-surround wood-burning fireplace and a wet bar. Photo by Suppied /PNG

The big sell: According to the listing agent, this was the first time on the market for this Port Coquitlam home since it was built in 1978 in the city’s Lincoln Park neighbourhood. With a layout divided over two floors, it comprises principal reception rooms on the main level and all three bedrooms plus two full bathrooms upstairs. The front door opens to a bright foyer, off which are formal living and dining rooms that lead to an updated kitchen with an eating area, and an adjacent family room that has been finished with a floor-to-ceiling stone-surround wood-burning fireplace, wood-accent walls, and a wet bar. In addition on this floor is a two-piece powder room, laundry facilities, and access to the attached double-car garage with ample storage space. Outside is a fully-fenced backyard with a large patio and a mountain view.

Cambie Village: Ground-level apartment with updates sells in one week

Walkup apartment building
Unit 105 at 628 West 13th Avenue in Vancouver’s Cambie Village was listed for $589,900 and sold for $572,000. Photo by Supplied /PNG

105 – 628 West 13th Ave., Vancouver

Type: One-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment

Size: 521 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $579,000

Listed for: $589,900

Sold for: $572,000

Sold on: February 6

Days on market in this listing: Seven

Listing agent: Stephen Morris at Oakwyn Realty

Buyers agent: Daniel Chen at LeHomes Realty Premier

living room in condo with view to outdoor space
Easy access to outdoor space in this ground-level apartment. It has a corner position, a patio with raised flower beds and private gate access. Photo by Supplied /PNG

The big sell: This updated one-bedroom apartment forms part of Connaught Estates, a low-rise apartment complex with suites divided across four levels. This ground-level home has a corner position and enjoys a 135-square-foot patio with raised flower/vegetable beds and private gate access. The efficient floor plan makes good use of the space and features a modern kitchen with granite countertops, a linear tile backsplash, stainless-steel appliances and an eating bar, as well as multiple built-ins, insuite storage, one-year-old laminate floors, and a refurbished bathroom. The pet- and rental-friendly building is located around Cambie Village, just a block away from shops and eateries, with the added convenience of the SkyTrain station nearby. The home comes with a parking stall in the underground garage, a storage locker, and a monthly maintenance fee of $220.08.

These transactions were compiled by Nicola Way of

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