My New Favorite House

I’m a big fan of architect, Eric Cobb, so its no surprise my new favorite home for sale is 315 25th Ave E. A stunning modern home he designed with a lot of concrete, steel and glass. It isn’t cheap at $1,395,000 for 3 bedrooms, 2.75 baths, 3,183 square feet. But it also boasts a 1,200 roof top deck with a fireplace.

The home last sold mostly finished in 2008 for $1,250,000 after being listed at $1,790,000.








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About Matt Goyer

I love condos, lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns so much so that since starting this blog in 2006 I've written over 2,000 blog posts about them!

For years I resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be a marketing executive at Redfin but after leaving Redfin (after seven years!) I caved in the spring of 2014 and became a broker. So if you need help finding that "Urbnlivn-style" place or selling your home email me at, I'd be happy to help you.

Prior to Urbnlivn and Redfin, I worked at Microsoft after graduating from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics with a major in computer science.

You can also find me on Twitter, @MattGoyer, or LinkedIn.

  • ninaf

    whoa… awesome house. And there is an open house tomorrow during lunch…

  • Rosichelli/Design

    We staged this home and had so much fun doing it! The home has such a surprising serene and secluded feeling, given it’s location in the city.

  • Kevin

    Is that a painting of Tony Leung?

  • Anton

    Would love to see more homes build out of solid and durable materials like this one. As a European I can’t understand how people can pass wooden huts for houses here.