6 of the most expensive homes sold in Mississauga in March

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Published April 5, 2023 at 4:22 pm

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This home at 216 Isabella Avenue was one of the most expensive homes sold in March in Mississauga. Photo via Hodgins Realty Group Inc. 

The most expensive homes sold last month in Mississauga come with luxury features, beautiful lots, and bright, modern kitchens.

Although home prices have dropped in the last few months due to rising interest rates, real estate experts are predicting a rebound in the market.

The average home price in Mississauga is sitting around the $1 million mark, but the city’s most expensive homes are well over $2 million. And while most of us can only dream of purchasing these homes, it’s fun to have a look inside these luxury properties.

Here’s a look at six of the most expensive homes that changed hands in Mississauga last month, as compiled by real estate brokerage Zoocasa.

1155 Lakeshore Road West

This Lorne Park home has a “cottage country” feel on a large .81-acre lot, according to the listing. It backs onto a ravine and is across from Jack Darling Park and Lake Ontario making this a great place for nature lovers.

The three-bedroom home also boasts a newly renovated main floor with a modern kitchen and multiple walkouts to decks. The basement has a full suite used as an Airbnb rental.

Listed for $2,850,00, this place sold for $2.6 million on March 23.

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Photo via Royal LePage Signature Realty

1481 Chasehurst Drive

Another Lorne Park home but this one comes with a custom kitchen and a bright, open-concept main floor.

The three-bedroom home has hardwood floors, high ceilings and a great layout for entertaining, according to the listing.

This place was listed at just under $2.7 million and sold for $2,610,000 on March 15.

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Photo via New Era Real Estate

1690 Birchwood Drive

This Lorne Park home is described as the “perfect hideaway luxury cottage.” Set on a treed lot with a creek, the house was designed by a Boston architect.

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The three-bedroom home combines New England style with a cottage aesthetic. With wood beams and large picture windows, it has a ton of character. It also has an in-ground pool.

This place sold on March 20 for $3,150,000, just under the asking price of $3.4 million.

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Photos via Re/Max Realty Enterprises Inc.

1433 Myron Drive

This new, four-bedroom home in Lakeview was custom built in a modern style.

Luxury features include heated bathroom floors, walk-in closets and a wine cellar in the basement. There is also a bar with a fireplace in the basement.

It has an extra-long driveway and an outdoor kitchen.

This place was listed for $4,188,800 and sold for $3.9 million on March 15.

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Photo via Smart Move Realty Inc. 

209 Maplewood Road

This four-bedroom home in Mineola comes with more than 7,300 square feet of living space. Features include white oak hardwood floors and huge windows for tons of light.

There is also a floating staircase and a laundry room on each level for convenience. The primary bedroom has a six-piece ensuite bathroom and a walkout to a deck overlooking the backyard.

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The basement includes a wet bar, gym, spa, and nanny suite.

This place was listed for $5,288,850 and sold on March 22 for $4.9 million.

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Photos via Re/Max Realty Enterprises Inc.

216 Isabella Avenue

The most expensive home on the list is in Cooksville.

This four-bedroom home combines a modern style on a lovely mature wooded lot.

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It features a custom contemporary kitchen, a large dining room with a wine display, a large front office, a saltwater pool, gym, and sauna.

There is also a private nanny suite in the basement with a separate entrance.

This place was listed for $5,288,850 and sold on March 31 for $4,928,850.

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Photos via Hodgins Realty Group Inc. 

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