Most expensive homes sold in Mississauga come with stunning luxury features

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Published November 1, 2023 at 11:29 am

60 cumberland drive
This home at 60 Cumberland Dr. was one of the most expensive sold in Mississauga last month. Photo: Royal Lepage Real Estate Services Phinney Real Estate

The most expensive homes sold in Mississauga last month come with luxury features such as an elevator, home theatres and a massive wine storage wall.

The housing market in Mississauga has levelled out slightly with the benchmark price of a home at $1,095,200 in September 2023, increasing by 1.5 per cent compared to September 2022, according to the Mississauga Real Estate Board. 

Those looking for a single-family detached home will pay much more though — the benchmark price was at $1,388,500 in September.

And, of course, Mississauga’s luxury real estate is quite a bit higher than that, according to a list compiled by real estate brokerage Zoocasa.

Here are the five most expensive homes sold in October as compiled by Zoocasa:

976 Springhill Drive

This three-bedroom bungalow was fully renovated and sits on a 298-foot deep lot that backs onto a ravine. Inside, there are 15-foot high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room. The primary suite boasts a wood-burning fireplace.

This home sold for $2,975,000 on Oct. 23, over the asking price of $2,799,000.

976 springhill drive

Photo: Royal Lepage real Estate Services Regan Real Estate

5391 Roanoke Court

This five-bedroom home in Streetsville comes with a heated saltwater pool, a family room, a living room, a dining room and a den on the main floor. There is also a fully-finished basement with a separate entrance, two bedrooms, a wet bar, a gym room, a nanny suite, and a recreation room.

This home sold for $3,100,000 on Oct. 6, just under the asking price of $3,299,000.

5391 roanoke court

Photo: U Relaks Realty Inc.

3077 Grenville Drive

This four-bedroom home comes with luxury features including a heated driveway and garage, and a two-storey-high glass wine display with temperature control and a glass floor. Plus there are high ceilings, a finished basement and eight feature walls.

This home sold for $3,525,000 on Oct. 14, just under the $3,689,000 list price.

3077 grenville drive

Photo: Re/Max Realtron Realty Inc. 

1498 Indian Grove

This Lorne Park home was custom built in 2015. It comes with a heated, in-ground, saltwater pool on a large lot. It also features a butler’s pantry, high-end appliances, a heated floor in the primary bedroom, and a theatre room and wet bar in the basement. Plus there is an elevator to all floors.

This home sold for $4,398,888 on Oct. 13, just under the list price of $4,598,800.

1498 indian grove

Photo: Re/Max Real Estate Centre Inc. 

60 Cumberland Drive

This home sits on one of the largest lots on Cumberland Drive and it is directly on the edge of Lake Ontario. There are no interior photos of this home, instead, there is a design for a new build and a prompt to “re-imagining your dream home.”

This Port Credit home is the most expensive sold on this list but it went for well under the asking price of $6,298,000. It sold for $4,800,000 on Oct. 25.

60 cumberland drive

Photo: Royal Lepage Real Estate Services Phinney Real Estate

For more information on these and other homes, see the Zoocasa website. 

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