695 Richmond Street London Ontario
695 Richmond St London Ontario is an apartment condo building with 198 residences in the heart of trendy Richmond Row and is an easy walk to Victoria Park, Covent Garden Market, Budweiser Gardens and on a bus route to The University of Western Ontario.
There is a 24-hour concierge service, as well as underground parking, sauna, whirlpool and a pool; there are three different two-bedroom layouts, a few one and three-bedroom units. This building does not have balconies.
695 Richmond offers a safe building environment with 24-hour security, controlled entry and for those wanting the hustle and bustle and the various pubs, restaurants and dining on Richmond, these apartment residences are in demand.
- As of November 8, 2019, 20 residences were sold through MLS, Five 1 bedroom apartments from $207,500 to $247,300, fifteen two-bedroom apartments from $242,00 to $300,000 and one three-bedroom apartment for $349,900.
- In 2018, 21 sold through our MLS system , two 1 bedroom units at $169,900 and $229,000, Sixteen 2 bedroom units from $180,000 to $259,900 and three 3 bedroom apartments, $209,000, $229,000 and $264,900
- In 2017, 18 apartment residences sold through MLS , two 1 bedroom units, $157,000 & $166,000, fourteen 2 bedrooms between $169,000 to $220,000 and two 3 bedroom apartment condominiums, $180,000 and $190,000.
Buying A London Ontario Apartment Condo?
How valuable would it be to you if you knew beforehand that the condo you were thinking of buying was either overpriced or not right for you?
Most never know or realize they overpaid or their condo was not right for them until after they move in or when it comes time to sell!
I see this time after time, and there is no need for that ever happening if the buyer was informed BEFORE they start the condo-buying process!
Our associates view about 200 apartment condos weekly, after doing this for years, we have learned the pros and cons of all the buildings in London Ontario, the condo rules and restrictions, the best buys and the ones to stay away from! If you need surgery, would you go to a surgeon or to anyone who happens to wear a white coat?