Vancouver real estate: lowest-priced sale goes to $342,000 West End co-op home

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      It came not only with a great location.

      Its price can’t be beat as well.

      Listed at $325,000, nothing came cheaper in Vancouver than this West End apartment unit in the last two weeks.

      After a day on the market, the 475-square-foot home sold $17,000 over the asking price.

      This brought the final price tag for Unit 307 of Parkwood Manor to $342,000.

      The deal counts as one of the 116 homes that changed hands in Vancouver from July 22 to mid-afternoon of Thursday (August 6).

      Sutton Group-West Coast Realty marketed the one-bedroom property.

      The co-operative-owned Parkwood Manor opened its doors in 1957.

      Living at the seven-storey building means having English Bay just half a block away, and one block to Stanley Park.

      Title to the property consists of shares in the co-op. 

      Real-estate tracking site recorded the transaction.