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$342,900

Amazing Ocean View Condo – Unbeatable Location, Vic West

Rainbow Park is just steps away
Modern updated kitchen796 Sq. ft Spacious Living SpaceSunny Balcony

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  • Full Name: Claire Sarginson, Realtor
  • Location: Vic West, 333 Robert St. Unit 21
  • Phone: 2505388966
  • Expires: 14 days, 22 hours

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  • Item listed by: on March 9, 2019

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    Want a city getaway? Seeking to get into the Victoria market while you can?

    This Waterview Penthouse End Unit is a Homeowner’s Delight! Amazing views of The Olympic Mountains & Ogden Point. This one-bedroom condo features in-suite laundry, walk–in closet, new flooring, designer kitchen w/ granite countertops throughout, stainless steel appliances, backlit bar area & alcoves plus floor to ceiling Travertine bathroom. The HUGE sunny & private Southwest facing balcony makes it easy to enjoy all seasons outdoors. Park your car baby in the secure underground parking. Located only minutes from Downtown, local schools, public transportation, trendy eateries and new developments that will bring new life into this already fantastic location! Walk, bike or jog downtown along the scenic sea wall or new bike lanes. This is the perfect home for the active professional or small family. No rentals at this time. Stairs only building. Get on the wave over the Blue Bridge while you can! If space and affordability are what you are looking for, look no further! CALL TODAY!

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    MLS® No: 406300

    Claire Sarginson, Realtor, B.A
    250-538-8966
    sales@clairesarginson.com
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