A Look at the Most Expensive (and Cheapest) Houses in Mississauga

 

It's no secret that it's not easy to purchase a home in Mississauga.

Although recent data indicated that Mississauga is neither a buyers’ nor a sellers’ market, November’s market proved to be a tough one for those looking to purchase a home in Canada’s sixth largest city.

Real estate brokerage and website Zoocasa says that Mississauga is now a sellers’ market, with only 884 new listings--that’s 31 per cent fewer than last year. That means the market is much more competitive for those looking to a buy houses or condos. Zoocasa says that’s enough to eclipse a 24 per cent drop in sales, driving home prices up a strong 8.5 per cent, to an average of $732,771.

But while the market is tight right now, things can change—and there might be more sales activity in the new year.

For that reason, you might be curious about which houses sold for big bucks—and which ones were quite affordable—this past month in Mississauga.


Most Expensive


1) 516 Indian Rd.

Price: 5,988,000

Neighbourhood: Lorne Park

Bedrooms: 5

Washrooms: 6


2) 120 Pinewood Trail

Price: 5,499,850

Neighbourhood: Mineola

Bedrooms: 5

Washrooms: 8


3) 1337 Whiteoaks Ave.

Price: 4,500,000

Neighbourhood: Lorne Park

Bedrooms: 4

Washrooms: 7


2425 Doulton Dr.

Price: 3,400,000

Neighbourhood: Sheridan


82 Cumberland Dr.

Price: 3,299,900

Bedrooms: 3

Washrooms: 3

Bonus: It's right on the lake!


Most Affordable:


1) 25 Agnes St.

Price: $269,000

Neighbourhood: Cooksville

Bedrooms: 1

Washrooms: 1


2) 3320 Fieldgate Dr.

Price: $319,900

Neighbourhood: Applewood

Bedrooms: 1

Washrooms: 1


3) 530 Lolita Gardens

Price: $320,000

Neighbourhood: Mississauga Valleys

Bedrooms: 2

Washrooms: 1


4) 3555 Derry Rd. E.

Price: $314,900

Neighbourhood: Malton

Bedrooms: 2

Washrooms: 1


5) 3555 Derry Rd. E.

Price: $319,900

Neighbourhood: Malton

Bedrooms: 2

Washrools: 1

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