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Highest- and Lowest-Priced Listed Homes in… Collingwood

We shine the spotlight on East Van's Collingwood neighbourhood in our latest story looking at the highest- and lowest-priced listings in communities around Vancouver

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REW.ca
May 31, 2016






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Vancouver’s Collingwood neighbourhood encompasses a huge swath of land on the city’s East Side. Bordered by Nanaimo Street to the west, Boundary Road to the east, Kingsway to the north and 41st Avenue to the south, this lovely area is known for its family-friendly vibe and diverse population. We took a closer look at the current listings for condominiums, duplexes and detached houses in Collingwood. At the low end of the scale is a one-bed condo listed just below $300,000 on the farthest east edge of the city, while at the high-end is a six-bedroom house listed at $4.26 million in the heart of Collingwood. Read on for all the details.

Don't forget to click through the links to see the full listings and photo galleries of these homes.

As each of these properties are sold, the online listings may no longer be available.

Condominiums

Highest: Kingsway

$585,000

Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo

1,170 square feet

Price per square foot: $500

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The most expensive condo unit in the neighbourhood is in the Kingsway Manor building, in the heart of Collingwood. This unit is finished with laminate flooring, quartz countertops, stainless-steel appliances, high-efficiency washer and dryer and a built-in security system. The building is surrounded by shops, restaurants, groceries and transit. 

Lowest: Boundary Road

$299,900

One-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium

644 square feet

Price per square foot: $466

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This one-bedroom condo may be the smallest unit in our high-low round-up, but it still boasts 200 square feet of private patio space. The unit has a practical floor plan with open-concept kitchen, a large bedroom (hello king-size bed!) and a cheater en-suite. The building is fully rainscreened and close to the SkyTrain and amenities. The suite is the end unit in the building.


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Duplex

Highest: Wales Street

$1,329,999

Four-bedroom, four-bathroom duplex

1,619 square feet

Cost per square foot: $821

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On the high end of the duplexes presently listed in Collingwood is this elegant back-half duplex. Close to the park, school and transit, the unit features four-bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths in an open floor plan with nine-feet ceilings. Enjoy high-end appliances, quartz countertops and radiant heating, plus a potential mortgage helper basement suite. All this plus a one-car garage and private yard, complete with white picket fence.

Lowest: Hoy Street

$888,000

Four-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex

1,140 square feet

Cost per square foot: $779

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This four-bathroom duplex – another back half – is split into a pair of two-bedroom suites. For investors, the top floor rents at $1,200 per month, while the bottom brings in $900. The main floor has overheight ceilings, pot lights, crown mouldings, laminate flooring and other high-end features. This duplex is centrally located and close to nearby shopping centres, school and transit.

House

Highest: Rupert Street

$4,260,000

Six-bedroom, four-bathroom house

2,099 square foot

Cost per square foot: $2,030

Collingwood House

Highest-priced of the properties currently listed in Collingwood is this 17-year old, six-bedroom, four-bathroom Vancouver Special-style house divided into several suites. Situated on a slightly short lot, the home features real maple hardwood floors and an updated kitchen and bathroom. The location is close to shopping, restaurants and an elementary school.

Lowest: Spencer Street

$1,095,000

Three-bedroom, two-bathroom house

1,319 square feet

Price per square foot: $830

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This 1930s bungalow on a short lot is brimming with potential. The basement could be converted into a one-bedroom and den nanny suite, and the location is central and close to the SkyTrain, restaurants and retail.


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