Vancouver real estate: cheapest properties sold in 2020 were downtown parking stalls, storage rooms

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      The least priced real estate deals in Vancouver last year did not involve the sale of homes.

      What buyers purchased in these transactions were downtown parking stalls and storage rooms.

      One was parking stall number 77 at 1200 Pacific Boulevard. It sold on September 25 for $45,000.

      The stall measures 153 square feet. It was listed for $49,995.

      The three other spaces are located at the Vancouver House, a Westbank Corp. condo development at the north end of Granville Bridge.

      In order to qualify for the deals, a buyer must own a unit at the Vancouver House.

      On September 9, a 200-square-foot storage room sold for $50,000.

      Marketed as a perfect place for a wine collection, the space includes its own water and power connections. It was listed for $69,900.

      A wine cellar concept for a 200-square-foot storage room sold by The Residential Group Realty for $60,000.

      Another storage room of a similar size sold on October 7.

      Originally priced at $69,800, the 200-square-room storage went for $60,000.

      Finally, an electric vehicle parking stall, also at Vancouver House, sold on August 10.

      The 150-square-foot stall changed hands for $97,800 after it was listed for $99,800.

      The deals were tracked by real estate site Zealty.ca.

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