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Hells Angels' Toronto clubhouse sold for over asking

Multiple offers were made on the Hells Angels' shuttered and run-down clubhouse in Leslieville, a sign that Toronto's housing market isn't slowing down anytime soon.

The Globe and Mail reported that the property, at 498 Eastern Ave., sold for "well over" the $649,900 asking price, according to local realtor Desmond Brown.

The federal government has been in possession of the property after police raided the clubhouse in 2007.

As Brown told the Globe, inside the building there's a bar on each of the two floors, a meeting room and, oddly enough, an aquarium.

It's unclear at the moment what will become of the space.

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