Spotlight on: Ashdown Warehouse
Located in the heart of the Exchange District (east of Main St) we find the historic Ashdown Warehouse, built in the early 1900’s. Close to the baseball park, the new Human Rights Museum and theatres.
Year Built: bet. 1895 and 1911
The building has a total of 106 condo units, ranging in size from 900 sq ft for a 1-BR condo, to over 1,700 sq ft for 2-BR units.
Just the usual condo-restrictions, such as “No Laundry to be hung from the balcony” etc. Pets are allowed, so long as they don’t pose a nuisance to other owners. Owners are allowed to rent out their suites, however must assure that their tenants abide by all rules.
Gross Property Taxes range between approx. $2700.00 per unit for the smaller 1 BR suites, to $4600 for the 1700+ sized units. Of course, as an owner who actually lives in their unit, you would qualify for the Provincial Home Owners Assistance Rebate, similar to when you own a house.
Condo fees range between $350 and $660 per month, which includes snow removal, property maintenance, water and management fees, and also HEAT, C/Air and parking.
Laundry and Parking
All units have their own insuite laundry, and many have an underground parking spot, although a few include parking in an above ground building. Some units even feature 2 parking spots
Amenities at Ashdown Warehouse
This building is serviced by an elevator and features a rooftop patio.
Very central location, this condo is close to the theatre district, the ballpark, the new Canadian Museum of Human Rights and much more. You’ll find restaurants close by.
During the 2 yr period of 2016-17, condos in Ashdown Warehouse have sold for between $240,000 (for an 900 ft 1-BR) and $465,000 (for the larger 2 BR units) (MLS® stats)
If you’re in the market to buy a condo, whether at Ashdown Warehouse or anywhere else, please contact me anytime…. “Bo Knows Condos”
If you’re thinking of selling your condo, anywhere in the city, please contact me anytime.
Direct Cell 204-333-2202 or email me at [email protected]
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