214 - 311 East 6th Ave

Mount Pleasant VE, Vancouver East


$534,900

SOLD

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214 - 311 East 6th Ave, Mount Pleasant VE, Vancouver East

2 Bedroom at The Wohlsein, Mt. Pleasant


Located at the corner of East 6th & Scotia in Mt Pleasant, The Wohlsein is a boutique concrete building offering 110 original style homes that pay respect to the character and form of the area. With architecture by IBI/HB Architects, Wohlsein is a high quality build from MetroCan construction with over 40 years in residential construction experience. All homes at Wohlsein feature a Bertuzzoni gas range, stainless steel appliances, engineered stone counters and high quality wide plank flooring. Building amenities include a common roof top with views, bike work shop and storage rooms, resident lounge and a unique art gallery workshop.


Listing provided by Magnum Projects Ltd.

 

Features Of
This Property


MLS®: V1123007
Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 769 sqft
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 0
Parking: 1
Storage: 1
Balcony/Patio: 1
View: Sunny Southwwest corner
Year Built: 2015
Style: Corner Unit
Maintenance Fees: $284.53

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Written On Jun 19th 2019

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