PHOTOS: August’s most and least expensive homes in Brampton

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Published September 17, 2021 at 1:25 pm

Fewer homes were sold in Brampton in August, but the average price went up.

According to Zoocasa, the city experienced a sharp dip in sales in August with 883 homes changing hands, a 26 per cent decrease from the previous year.

The average price, however, surged the most out of any market in the GTA, climbing 24 per cent to hit $1,060,277. The high price point is a product of low supply, as a total of 950 homes were listed during the month, down 46 per cent year-over-year.

Almost every property that hit the market sold, Zoocasa says.

A total of 462 detached houses traded hands (down 28 per cent from 2020) at an average of $1,275,119 (up 29 per cent since last year). A total of 190 semi-detached houses sold (down 17 per cent) at an average of $933,105 (up 21 per cent), while 75 townhouses sold (down 19 per cent) at an average of $685,695 (up 19 per cent).

Unlike nearby markets, the Brampton condo segment also fell annually with 44 sales, down 14 per cent year over year.

However, unit prices rose 11 per cent to an average of $516,634.

Here are the most and least expensive properties in Brampton that changed hands in August.


Most Expensive

34 Michelangelo Blvd.

It only took a week for this massive estate to sell for $4,250,000. This one-of-a-kind custom-built bungalow sits on two acres in Castlemore Estates and has 14,000 sq.-ft. of living space. Nothing but the finest materials throughout and includes indoor pool, greenhouse and sauna.


13 Cynthia Cres.

Situated on a prime ravine lot in Castlemore Estates, this home sold for $3,785,000. The house is livable or prime for someone who wants to custom build on a spectacular lot.


67 Main St. S.

This slice of Victorian living in the heart of Brampton sold for $3,028,000. A spectacular home on 1.4 acres in the heritage area of the city. Private setting, set back from the street. Like living on a country estate.


102 Belladonna Cir.

This premium estate home in a prestigious Brampton neighbourhood sold for $2,865,000. Luxury kitchen, built-in hot tub, 10-ft. ceilings with more than 8,000 sq.-ft. of living space.


20 Adonis Cl.

Luxurious, five-bedroom home sold for $2,605,000. Sitting on a huge lot, this massive home has a modern kitchen with pantry, huge finished basement and every bedroom has its own bathroom.


Least Expensive

417-188 Mill St. S.

The lucky buyer snagged this beautiful view for $373,000. Centrally located to shopping, Sheridan College and access to Hwy. 401, the large unit overlooks Etobicoke Creek. Recent renovations throughout.


1805-21 Knightsbridge Rd.

This bright, large, one-bedroom condo, with underground parking included, sold for $395,000. Custom built-in buffet cabinet, bedroom large enough for work area and unobstructed view towards Lake Ontario and CN Tower.


1605-17 Knightsbridge Rd.

Location still counts in real estate and this is one of the nicest buildings in the area. A great deal at $445,000. Two bedrooms, walk-out balcony with great view, close to shopping, transit and parks.


601-100 County Court Blvd.

This desirable, south-facing unit in a building chock-full of amenities, sold for $448,000. Two-bedroom, two-baths with tennis court, barbecue area, pool, gym, squash, sauna and security gate.


211-180 Veterans Dr.

The only unit on this list that sold for over asking, at $459,000. Open-concept suite, 9-foot ceilings, walk-out to spacious balcony. Upgraded with laminate flooring and modern kitchen.

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