Ontario’s most and least expensive home sales include properties in Mississauga and Brampton

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Published June 28, 2024 at 1:39 pm

Ontario's most and least expensive home sales Mississauga Brampton

Some of the most and least affordable homes in Ontario sold in Mississauga or Brampton as many markets across the GTA saw a month of slower sales.

With fewer buyers in the market in May, month-over-month sales dropped by 2 per cent across Peel Region, and less demand meant a drop in the average home price by 3.1 per cent to $1,071,480.

Here’s a look at the five most expensive and least expensive homes sold across Ontario last month, according to real estate website Zoocasa.

North York – $9,000,000

This four-bedroom home has approximately 9,000 square feet of living space on an oversized 70 x 132 foot south-facing lot. The property is billed as an “entertainer’s dream” with an open-concept gourmet kitchen and family room, a large recreation room with a gym and wet bar.

Toronto – $7,895,000

A five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Edwardian home in Toronto features a main floor with soaring 13-foot ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, family room, and dining area. AT over 6,000 square feet of living space, the home also has modern and historic features including an updated loft.

Mississauga – $4,900,000

This custom-built home in Mississauga has over 8,500 square feet of total living space including a dream kitchen, home theatre and rec room. The main master bedroom is on the second floor and features a large walk-in closet, an ensuite with spa-like upgrades and a balcony overlooking the backyard.

Toronto – $4,495,000

With views of Lake Ontario, this five-bedroom home in Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood comes with a custom-built kitchen with a grand island  and in-home gym. The second floor has four bedrooms and a common area while the third floor contains the main suite with a large rec room, spa bath and a separate apartment.

Etobicoke – $3,300,000

Another custom-build, this home was designed for modern elegance while keeping a cozy, family feel. The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, a custom kitchen with high-end appliances, and a secluded backyard with an inground heated pool.


Stoney Creek – $659,000

An executive-style townhome that has been completely updated from top to bottom, this  with quality high-end, this 1,310 square foot unit has 9-foot ceilings, a spacious dining room with custom cabinets, a living room with a walkout to a private balcony, and a custom kitchen.

Brampton – $556,000

This two-bedroom condo in Brampton gets lots of natural light and has an open-concept layout. The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops, a bar area and dining space, while the multi-purpose den can be used as a home office, solarium, or an extra bedroom.

Toronto – $520,000

This one-bedroom condo unit has an open-concept living and dining space, private storage, and a private balcony with a view of Lake Ontario. The building is located in the heart of London and amenities include a gym and theatre room.

Toronto – $537,500

This 8th floor unit is a one-bedroom condo with an open-concept layout. The kitchen features top-of-the-line, built-in appliances, while the bedroom has sliding glass doors allowing for plenty of natural light.

London – $265,000

This fully renovated top-floor corner unit comes with a new custom kitchen and all new appliances and is billed as “perfect for the first-time home buyer, couple, or young professionals.”

For more listings like these visit www.zoocasa.com.

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