Most and least expensive homes in Mississauga

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Published May 4, 2021 at 6:10 pm

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Hoping to buy a house in Mississauga this year? 

If you are, you’ll face a hot market–but some more affordable properties are out there. 

According to Zoocasa, sales surged last month in Mississauga by 378 per cent from April 2020, with 1,243 homes trading hands—a 23 per cent increase from 2019. The average sale price hit $1,024,461 while the number of new listings came to 1,831.

Penelope Graham, managing editor and senior communications manager with Zoocasa, said that Mississauga condo sales experienced the largest year-over-year increase. Condo sales climbed 510.3 per cent with 354 sales, at an average price of $575,832.

Detached houses saw the next largest increase with 466 sales, up 390 per cent, at an average price of $1,518,393. That’s followed by the semi-detached segment with 168 sales (up 309.7 per cent) at an average price of $974,375 and townhouses with 218 sales (up 296.3 per cent) at an average price of $749,952.

While those numbers might make you nervous, you should note that some condos still cost less than $500,000. 

Here’s a look at the most (and least) expensive homes that recently changed hands in Mississauga:


Most Expensive

900 Mississauga Heights Drive

This home sold for $6,200,000 after being listed for $6,499,000. Situated on nearly five acres, this home overlooks the Credit River and Mississaugua GCC. It offers more than 8,000 square feet of living space with a tennis court, waterfall, stone bridge and koi pond.


1492 Indian Grove

This home sold for $6,200,000 after being listed for $6,999,000. The backyard retreat has a Caribbean feel, with a cabana, gazebo, heated salt swimming pool, change rooms and shower. Inside, there is more than 10,000 square feet of living space with a walkout balcony from the master bedroom.


1467 Woodeden Drive

This home sold for $4,450,000 after being listed for $4,499,000. This custom-built mansion has a professionally landscaped lot, granite chef’s kitchen, heated marble floors and six custom, LED, stained glass skylights.


2239 Pineneedle Row

This home sold for $4,150,000 after being listed for $4,688,000. With 4,500 square feet of living space, this home has plenty of space for a family. Among the amenities are a gym, wine cellar, sauna spa and 10 baths. Jatoba hardwood floors throughout the space and six fireplaces.


1547 Broadmoor Avenue

After being listed for $3,899,850, this home ended up selling for $3,850,000. It’s the little touches that set this home apart, like crown mouldings, pot lighting, hardwood floors, wainscoting, and a custom wine cabinet. A finished basement complements the 5,000 square feet of living space.


Least Expensive

2929 Aquitaine Avenue

Originally listed for $394,900, this listing sold for $378,000. Located in the heart of Meadowvale, this meticulously maintained condo has a bright, open floor plan. Hard surface throughout, the balcony faces north. Steps to grocery, mall and transit.


111 Bristol Road E.

This home sold for slightly above asking, $379,000 after being listed at $375,000. Centrally located near schools, parks, shopping and transit. Open concept and freshly painted with lots of amenities on property.


3065 Queen Frederica Drive

Selling in less than three weeks, this home sold for $395,000 after being listed at $399,900. Large balcony offers a great view of Toronto and the CN Tower as well as Lake Ontario. Steps to local plazas and close to Hwy. 427.


3145 Queen Frederica Drive

This condo sold for $19,000 above the asking price of $399,000 in just nine days. Upgrades include luxury vinyl flooring, stainless appliances, quartz countertops, breakfast bar, kitchen island with built-in wine rack. Close to bike trails and highways.


3120 Kirwin Avenue

Another that sold over asking price, getting $430,000 after being listed for $399,000. Spacious two-bedroom condo with large balcony and window. Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Close to shopping, public transit and highways.

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