PHOTOS: Here are the most affordable homes sold in February in Burlington, Oakville, Milton


Published March 3, 2023 at 2:59 pm

Prices of homes in Halton continues to fall, and here are five of the most affordable places that sold last month in Milton, Burlington, Oakville and Halton Hills.

404-137 Martin St., Milton

It only took a week for this condo to sell for the asking price of $309,900. The building for seniors at least 65 is an economical option for downsizing. Large kitchen includes all appliances, ensuite laundry and storage, located in heart of downtown.

Photo courtesy Ipro Realty

10-2405 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington

This lovely co-op with lake views from the master bedroom and living room sold for $360,000 in less than a week. Superb downtown location, close to parks, Lake Ontario and most amenities.

Photo courtesy Royal Lepage Burloak Real Estate Services

109-2040 Cleaver Ave., Burlington

Selling for $400,000, which was $50K over asking, this beautiful one bedroom has soothing side views of mature trees in Headon Forest. The bright, sun-lit living room and eat-in kitchen provide plenty of room for entertaining.

Photo courtesy Royal Lepage Burloak Real Estate Services

222-2030 Cleaver Ave., Burlington

This open-concept condo is tucked away in woodsy area of Headon Forest and sold for $460,000. The bright, one-bedroom plus den living space has a walk-out to covered patio, and breakfast bar in kitchen.

Photo courtesy Re/Max Escarpment Team Logue Realty

512-1379 Costigan Rd., Milton

A fabulous, one-bedroom condo, offering scenic views from the fifth floor, sold for $480,000. Combined living room/dining room with dark hardwood floors, and walkout to a covered balcony, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, upgraded granite counters, glass black splash, and a breakfast bar.

Photo courtesy Royal Lepage Meadowtowne Realty

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