Ajax, Whitby take top spots for most expensive homes sold in Durham in December
Published January 4, 2023 at 12:49 pm
December’s home sales in Durham Region summarized the real estate market’s recent trends with all five of the most expensive homes sold coming in under $1 million, according to sales figures from Zoocasa.
At #1 was a 2-storey, 4-bedroom detached home in Ajax at 51 Coomer Cres that sold two weeks ago for $261,000. The bungalow contains a family room and three bedrooms upstairs and the basement has a self-contained apartment with a walk-out to the backyard.
Also selling at $261,000 was a four-level backsplit at 56 Fulwood Cres in Whitby with more than 2,600 sq. ft. of finished space. The upper level features three bedrooms; the lower level boasts a fireplace and a fourth bedroom and (best of all) the oversize backyard has no neighbours behind.
Number #3 on the list is a house at 743 Lublin Ave in Pickering ($952,900), number #4 is a property at 13 Douet Lane in Ajax ($950,000) and number #5 is a house at 165 Hazelwood Dr in Whitby that was released for $945,000.
The least expensive home sold in Durham was also the cheapest home sold in the GTA last month: a studio apartment in Oshawa’s University District at 705 – 1900 Simcoe St N that sold for just $265,000.
At number #2 and #3 are two homes located in Bowmanville’s Wilmot Creek neighbourhood, a gated seniors community near Lake Ontario. A house at 17 Steelhead Lane sold for $290,000 while a neighbouring home at 88 The Cove Rd sold for $375,000.
Number #4 on the list of most affordable homes sold in Durham in December was a condo apartment at 207 – 131 Taunton Rd E in Oshawa that sold on December 12 for $404,000, followed by a two-bedroom bungalow in downtown Oshawa at 148 Prince St that sold for $409,900.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising