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Sold (Bought): Custom-built Maple Ridge home designed for outdoor living

Outside, there is a large covered upper-floor deck with a gas barbecue and greenbelt views, and the fenced yard has a large patio, a hot tub and a natural gas fire pit.

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

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23763 111A Avenue, Maple Ridge

Type: Six-bedroom, five-bathroom detached

Size: 3,321 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $969,000

Listed for: $1,418,000

Sold for: $1,420,000

Sold on: April 14

Days on market in this listing: Six

Listing agent: Ron tenBrink at Royal LePage – Brookside Realty

Buyers agent: Shannon Drummond and Pat Drummond at Keller Williams Elite Realty

Plenty of room for entertaining.
Plenty of room for entertaining. Photo by Supplie /PNG

The big sell: This executive-style home is located in Maple Ridge’s Kanaka Creek area with trails, parks, schools, Planet Ice, shopping and the West Coast Express nearby. It was custom built in 2010 on a 7,000 square-foot lot at the end of a cul-de-sac and backs onto greenbelt. It features four bedrooms on the top floor including a deluxe primary suite and newer carpet, while the main level showcases a double-height great room and a kitchen with maple cabinetry, granite counters and stainless-steel appliances including a gas range. The basement has a two-bedroom suite with a separate entrance and laundry. Outside, there is a large covered upper-floor deck with a gas barbecue and greenbelt views, and the fenced yard has a large patio, a hot tub and a natural gas fire pit.

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This Port Coquitlam condo was listed for $397,000 and sold for $401,000 — in just four days.
This Port Coquitlam condo was listed for $397,000 and sold for $401,000 — in just four days. Photo by Supplie /PNG

202 – 550 Seaborne Place, Port Coquitlam

Type: One-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment

Size: 588 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $395,000

Listed for: $397,000

Sold for: $401,000

Sold on: April 30

Days on market in this listing: Four

Listing agent: Chris Strand at Oakwyn Realty Downtown

Buyers agent: Ryan Hayes at Royal LePage Sterling Realty

The big sell: When Mosaic Homes constructed its six-year-old Fremont Green complex in Port Coquitlam’s Riverwood district, they included a variety of amenities for residents to enjoy. Namely, an outdoor swimming pool, a basketball court, a rock-climbing wall, fitness centre, party room, pool table and a bike/dog wash station. Additionally, there are eateries, bars, retail stores, and the scenic Traboulay Trail along Pitt River within the vicinity. This particular unit has an open-plan reception room with a linear kitchen overlooking the living and dining space, and a partition wall behind which are steps that lead up to a bed platform. Other noteworthy finishings include radiant heat throughout the unit, quartz countertops and laminate plank flooring. The home comes with a parking stall and a monthly maintenance fee of $262.35.

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This Vancouver condo was listed for $599,000 and sold for $617,000.
This Vancouver condo was listed for $599,000 and sold for $617,000. Photo by Supplie /PNG

903 – 138 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver

Type: One-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment

Size: 463 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $552,000

Listed for: $599,000

Sold for: $617,000

Sold on: April 13

Days on market in this listing: Seven

Listing agent: Guy Christie at Oakwyn Realty

Buyers agent: Pansy Yeung at ReMax Crest Realty

The big sell: Wall Centre False Creek was built in 2013 in the former Olympic Village site (now known as The Village on False Creek). It is a pet- and rental-friendly development with a rooftop terrace, two gyms, a bike room and guest suite. This junior one-bedroom condo has an open-concept design and unobstructed southern views. A 15-foot-long foyer leads into the apartment where the kitchen shines with a Viking five-burner gas range and European stainless-steel appliances, and a natural stone countertop and matching backsplash, and sliding glass doors off the living area open to a balcony that almost spans the width of the unit. There are two sets of pocket doors; behind one is the bedroom and the other – an elegant bathroom with under-vanity lighting and a deep soaker tub.

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