Least expensive home sold last month in Brampton went for less than $600,000
Published November 2, 2023 at 12:14 pm
While detached homes are the most desired property type in Brampton, getting into the real estate market with a “starter home” like a condo, townhouse or apartment is usually a more financially friendly option for first-time buyers.
And with a recent report showing the price of a starter home in Brampton costs more than $530,000, Insauga.com has put together a round-up of the most affordable homes sold in Brampton last month with data from real estate website Zoocasa.
Here are the five most affordable homes sold in Brampton in October:
255 – 250 Sunny Meadows Boulevard – $725,000
This end-unit, three-bedroom townhouse has new laminate flooring on the main floor and Berber carpet on the second storey. The master bedroom features a walk-out terrace and a four-piece ensuite, and the kitchen has stainless steel appliances.
69 Garside Crescent – $715,000
With three bedrooms and two baths, this semi-detached backsplit is located beside Chinguacousy Park with easy access to transit, shopping and schools. The living room has a picture window and hardwood flooring, while the large, fully fenced backyard has plenty of space for outdoor activities.
5 Helena Court – $690,500
This spacious detached four-level backsplit boasts four bedrooms near Chinguacousy Park and Bramalea City Centre. The lower-level walk-out can be used as a second unit with a separate entrance, and the house has ceramic, hardwood and laminate flooring throughout.
13 Grove Park Square – $610,000
This end unit is in a freehold townhouse and features a bright sunny family-size eat-in kitchen and a combination living/dining room with a walk-out to a private deck. The home has three bedrooms and an upgraded family bathroom, and the finished basement has a rec room, laundry and extra storage.
31 – 9440 The Gore Road – $595,000
This one-bedroom home was crafted by Mosaik Homes unit and comes with parking for one vehicle and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and laundry room.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising