Property of the Week: $369,900 Three-Storey Inner City Condo

It has a wood burning fireplace, renovated kitchen and office loft.


Where it is

403, 333 2 Avenue N.E. in Crescent Heights

The history

Built in 1981, this condominium faces a vehicle-restricted, pedestrian-friendly street.

What to love

403 has three distinctive living spaces. The main floor has an open-concept living/dining/kitchen space and two piece bath. The lower level has two additional bedrooms and full bathroom and the top floor master suite has a walk-in closet, ensuite and open loft office. It has a wood-burning fireplace, large patio, quartz countertops and two underground parking spots. 

What to consider

It has two underground parking spots, but you might not need them. You can walk to downtown in 15 minutes.

The stats

1,011 square feet not including a fully finished lower level
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
1 fireplace
Office loft
Walk-in closet
North facing patio
2 underground parking spots

Listed for $369,900 with realtor Christine Hourd.

The living room has a wood burning fireplace and a skylight on the vaulted ceiling.


A spiral staircase connects the condo's three levels. 


It has a north facing patio off the dining room. 


The kitchen has new cupboards, backsplash, flooring, quartz countertops and stove.


The master suite has a walk-in closet and ensuite bath.


The office loft has it's own entrance to the building. 


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