PHOTOS: A look at the priciest (and cheapest) houses that just sold in Mississauga
House prices might be up almost 20 per cent since last year in Mississauga, but not every home in the city is unaffordable—in fact, some are selling for well under $500,000.
But while some more affordable condos are available, data from the Toronto Region Real Estate Board indicates that the market stayed hot throughout the pandemic and province-wide lockdown. Real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa said that 989 homes sold in the city in July, up 17 per cent since 2019 and 33 per cent since June.
According to Zoocasa, the average home price in Mississauga grew 18 per cent annually to $905,599, marking a 2 per cent since climb since June.
Detached home prices grew 15 per cent annually to $1,277,064, and the average price for semi-detached properties increased 6 per cent to $829,172. The average sold home price for condo apartments in Mississauga was $537,327--a 13 per cent increase year-over-year.
Condo townhouses noted an 8 per cent annual increase to $647,618.
Here's a look at which homes sold for big bucks—and which ones sold for less jaw-dropping prices—last month.
This studio suite sold for $365,000 after being listed for $349,000. The unit, which offers one bathroom and one parking spot, spans about 599 square feet and boasts new laminate floors, vaulted ceilings and a fresh coat of paint.
This studio unit sold for $380,000 after being listed for $385,000. The unit, which spans about 520 square feet, boasts one bathroom and one parking spot. It features ensuite laundry, stainless steel appliances and a private balcony.
This studio suite sold for $382,000 after being listed for $359,000. The unit offers one bathroom, one parking spot and over 500 square feet of space. It also boasts floor to ceiling windows and hydro is included in the monthly maintenance fee.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit was listed for $390,000. The unit boasts over 900 square feet of space and offers a parking spot, storage locker, wood flooring and a spacious balcony.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit sold for $385,000 after being listed for $399,900. The suite, which spans about 700 square feet, offers a spacious master bedroom, laminate floors and natural light. The condo fees include all utilities.
This four-bedroom, seven-bathroom Lorne Park home sold for $4,560,000 after being listed for $4,500,000. It offers over 8,300 square feet of living space, 10 parking spaces, fine finishes, a gourmet kitchen, a massage room and a stunning outdoor living room.
This 8,000+ square foot Clarkson mansion sold for $4,050,000 after being listed for $4,200,000. It boasts five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven parking spots, an inground pool and traditional decor.
This gorgeous, modern Lorne Park home sold for $3,225,000 after being listed for $3,450,000. The 6,000 square foot house boasts three bedrooms, six bathrooms, a breathtaking Bellini kitchen with a quartzite eat-in island, a covered patio, 12-foot ceilings and more.
This five-bedroom, five-bathroom Mineola home sold for $3,182,500 after being listed for $3,450,000. The house, which boasts 6,000 square feet of space, offers a comfortable interior, a spacious lot and a stylish pool house.
This spacious family home sold for $3,135,000 after being listed for $3,298,000. The house offers four bedrooms, six bathrooms, nine parking spots and nine parking spaces. It also offers hardwood floors, five fireplaces, a two-storey foyer and a three-car garage.
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