402-300 Michigan Street, James Bay, Victoria, BC | $559,900

Property Details

Price: $559,900

Address: 402-300 Michigan Street, Victoria, BC, Canada, V8V 1R5

Neighbourhood: James Bay

Type: Condo Unit

Style: Contemporary

Year Built: 2016

Taxes: $2,530 (2018)

Living Area: 695 sq.ft.

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Parking: 1 stall

Storage Locker: Yes

James Bay Penthouse. Top floor in a boutique, 14-unit building built in 2016 with the balance of warranty. This quiet west-facing 1 bedroom unit is one of only 3 units on this level.

Offering 9' ceilings, quartz counters in the kitchen and bathroom and German high quality laminate flooring. Luxury additions include; upgraded appliances, a heat pump for heat and air conditioning, radiant in-floor heating in the bathroom and a built-in desk. Ample in-suite storage with a large laundry room/pantry with full-size appliances plus a separate storage locker. Secure underground parking. No age restrictions and pets are welcome.

In summer savour the lush foliage of the tree-lined street, the sound of horse drawn buggies and view the fireworks in the Inner Harbour. Bonus: grow your own veggie garden in the summer. Enjoy this ideal location within walking distance of the Inner Harbour, The Legislature, Beacon Hill Park, brand new library and Red Barn Market at Capital Park. Or just walk the David Foster Harbour pathway. Terrific opportunity!

Area Description

The James Bay neighbourhood was part of the early development of Victoria and has many historical landmarks and a number of tourist attractions. Today Fisherman's Wharf remains an active marina, and the outer harbour today is further ringed by a heliport, coast guard facilities and cruise ship terminal at Ogden Point. A commercial area is centred on the intersection of Menzies and Simcoe Streets. The Inner Harbour area continues to be dominated by the Parliament Buildings and ancillary government offices along Superior Street, but is also the hub of Victoria's tourist industry with the Royal British Columbia Museum and the adjacent Empress Hotel serving as focal points for visitors to the city.