$950,00 for a downtown condo that blends historic architecture with modern amenities
Address: 2-80 Barton Street
Neighbourhood: Downtown London
Agent: Linda Rice, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Triland Realty, Brokerage
A two-bedroom downtown condo home blending history and heritage with modern features and amenities.
First constructed in 1866, the Raleigh House was the riverside property of George Becher Harris, son of John Harris of Eldon House (and more recently, it was a sorority house). Several years ago, the property was restored and converting to 11 condo units within three historical buildings. Overlooking Blackfriars Bridge and the Thames River, this 1,670-square-foot unit features a chef’s kitchen, 10-foot centre island and a dining-living area with a gas fireplace. There’s engineered walnut floors with in-heat throughout, and a sunroom with exposed brick, gas fireplace and west-facing bank of windows. The master suite features an ensuite and large walk-in closet; the four-piece guest bath includes a soaker tub. There’s a private covered front porch, storage area and oversized singe-car garage with additional parking available. The luxurious grounds feature an inground saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen and sculptured gardens.
Big Selling Point
A one-of-a-kind condo property, it blends ease-of-living and historical charm in the heart of downtown.
By the Numbers
- $765 in monthly condo fees
- 1,670 square feet
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 single-car garage
- 2 gas fireplaces
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