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1988 Mainship 36ft DC - $38000 (Scarborough)

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7 Brimley Road South

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condition: good
engine hours (total): 1555
length overall (LOA): 38
make / manufacturer: Mainship
model name / number: 36ft DC
propulsion type: power
year manufactured: 1988

Rentals.ca:
0 BED, 1 BATH Condo, 303 FT², $1900, 215 Queen Street West - Toronto
1 Bed Room Condo, $2100, 55 Centre Avenue - Toronto,
1 Bed Room: $1950, 59 E Liberty St - Toronto;
2 Bed Room Apartment: $3300, 772 Queen St. E. #302 - Toronto
2 Bed Room, Condo, $3350, 20 Collier Street - Toronto

For an unforgettable very beautiful night view, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKJG0YeBfxU

For this Rocking beautiful boathouse (Length Over 38 ft, so maybe around 800 FT² in total or more), the average cost is $10,000 (roughly), includes everything a year.

Can any house or condo prettier than my boat? No, not a one.
Enjoy Toronto city life while calming your self down in Bluffers Park Marina liveaboard, a moving house on the lake. And there are 2 beaches minutes away!

Enjoy city life and liveaboard all year round, and sail on the Lake on your house or 2-bed room condo? Of course, only in the Summer.
Don't want to live in a condo?
No money, and hopeless to buy a condo? Why not try to buy a boat?
A boat can last a long time with minimal maintenance, for its plastic-fiber glass hull-you can do it by yourself.

How long does it take from Bluffers Park Marina to CN Tower? Around 25 minutes by driving .

Compare the cost of living in Toronto by your self.

How much does it cost to maintaining this big one as a house? CAD $10,000.00 around, which including Summer and Winter liveaboard all-year-round cost (power supply, public washroom, shower, free parking). No property tax, no condo fee..

Check out Toronto liveaboard for more info.

Think about the hopeless of renting or own a condo in Toronto:

Toronto Housing Prices
$896K Avg sold price; 3.7% Monthly change; 5.1% Quarterly change; 10.4% Yearly change.

...All that means is that a Canadian millennial, aged 25 to 31 with a median income of $38,148 (US$29,360), can’t buy very much housing in Toronto. Her maximum budget at that salary would be about $193,661, according to Royal LePage. Rents are no better, having soared about 11 percent to an average monthly $2,206.

Angie Mosquera, a 23-year-old software developer, saw up to 30 different units in recent months but kept getting outbid.

“I was so frustrated by the whole process,” Mosquera said. “I was like screw this, I’m going to be 40 and living at home, and I don’t even want to live in Toronto anymore.”

She eventually found a tiny studio downtown for about $1,620 per month, meeting her budget. Still, the rent eats up a huge chunk of her salary, which is especially frustrating because she moved to Toronto from Montreal for a 40 percent bump up in pay.

Why I am selling it? Planning to go back to Taiwan!

for more info:https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1988/mainship-36-double-cabin-3594519/

Beautiful video tour:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKJG0YeBfxU&list=PLghvCaQNujIRMPHLh5u67BUX33SG8HNlw
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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