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The Details: 301-538 W. 7th Ave. | $629,000 | 664 Sq Ft | 1 bed, 1 bath | 2014The Condo: This one-bedroom condo is made special by a 450-Sq-Ft private patio that is sure to bring out the entertainer in you. Set up a hammock, light an outdoor fire pit, grab your favourite cocktail and invite some friends over to enjoy your urban oasis. Inside, you’ll enjoy the corner exposure with lots of windows to bring in the natural light. The open kitchen has stone counters, a gas range, integrated fridge and a double-drawer dishwasher. The condo has light oak hardwood floors throughout. The sleek bathroom is outfitted with a deep soaker tub for those Bridget Jones moments. There is also plenty of in-suite storage for sports and camping gear—and those random boxes you’ve been packing around since college.The Building: Cambie+7 is a 10-storey, 57-unit concrete building built by Magnum Projects. A gym is located on the ground floor and there are bike lockers available. Pets and rentals are both permitted.The Neighbourhood: This home is located in the middle of the Cambie core. With easy access to the Canada Line, walkability to Olympic Village and downtown, and a wealth of shops, restaurants and amenities at your door, it’s easy to see why this is one of the most popular areas in the city.Potential Downsides: The living area is a bit tight for both a large couch and dining table. But if you don’t need the home office, it could be converted into a dining space.