November Canmore Real Estate News from Louise Fuller
Sales of Canmore Real Estate for the month of October 2013 are as follows:
Single family: 8 sales, average sale price $974,375, average days on market 83 (DOM).
Half duplex: 3 sales, average sale price $895,666, average days on market 115 (DOM).
Townhouse: 12 sales, average sale price $491,875, average days on market 71 (DOM).
Apartment: 7 sales, average sale price $366,428, average days on market 185 (DOM).
Lots: 3 sale, average sale price $1,054,583, average days on market 185 (DOM).
Please remember these November Canmore Real Estate statistics are averages only.
November Featured Listing – Home for Sale
Spectacular mountain views, private and peaceful!
Krizan Bay is a highly sought after area in Three Sisters with generous setbacks between the homes and large private lots. 131 Krizan Bay features an open concept kitchen, stainless appliances, granite countertops, shaker style cabinets, hardwood floors and rock fireplace. The master suite main floor location offers one level living with ensuite/walkin and opens on to a spacious deck with spectacular views of Grotto Mountain and Lady Macdonald. There are 3 sets of in ceiling speakers located in the living room, dining/kitchen and master bedroom. The kitchen has mountain views from various workspaces and direct access to the rear deck and back yard expanse. Two guest bedrooms and a full bathroom are on the upper level. There is a third guest bedroom with ensuite on the lower level as well as a media room. The media room is wired for 7.1. The back yard area has been carefully planned and offers a full deck, a forested private feel and a firepit with stone slab seating.
Canmore Lot Sells For A Record $2 Million
A Canmore lot has sold for a record price of $2 million in that real estate market, the Herald has learned.
Kyle Pressman, a realtor with Maxwell Mountain Realty in Canmore, who sold the 14,000-square-foot lot at 23 Prospect Heights, said the sale eclipsed the previous high for a lot of $1.975 million in May 2008.
“All of a sudden we’ve had four sales over $2 million in the past four months. So the wealthy people are getting off the fence and they’re spending money again,” said Pressman.
“They haven’t shopped for awhile and now they’re buying . . . It’s been very good.”