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

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Published June 3, 2021 at 5:31 pm

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If you’re looking to buy a home in Brampton, you might be slightly relieved to hear that the average home price dipped below the million-dollar mark in May 2021.

Real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa said that 1,174 homes sold in Brampton in May–up 155 per cent year-over-year. A total of 1,808 new listings were brought to market (up 116 per cent), keeping the city in sellers’ market territory. 

According to Zoocasa, detached house sales rose 144 per cent with 619 sales, at a price of $1,118,682 (up 31 per cent since last year). Semi-detached house sales rose 180 per cent with 230 transactions, at an average price of $890,195 (up 19 per cent).

Townhouse sales were up 197 per cent with 95 sold at an average price of $662,836 (up 21 per cent), and condo sales rose 200 per cent, with 60 sold at an average price of $504,540 (up 11 per cent).

Although houses are still expensive, some homes are more affordable than others.

Here’s a look at the most and least expensive homes that recently changed hands in Brampton:


Most Expensive

31 Rosegarden Drive

This home, sitting on two-acre lot, sold in three days for $3,435,000 after originally listing at $3,589,000. Some of the features of the home include inground pool, huge kitchen with granite countertops, home office with access to garage and fruit trees on the property.

Photo courtesy of Re/Max Realty Specialists Inc.


70 Belladonna Circle

This home sold for $3,430,000, about $150,000 above asking price, in three days. Sitting in Brampton’s most prestigious neighbourhood, The 6,000-plus sq.-ft. home features six bedrooms, eight baths, upgraded hardwood flooring and chandeliers, walkouts from kitchen, basement and master bedroom and no houses behind.

Photo courtesy of Re/Max Real Estate Centre Inc.


10 Autumn Olive Way

This home sold for $3,125,000 after being on the market for $3,485,999. Among the features of the home are a chef-inspired kitchen with centre island, upgraded appliances, hardwood floors, crown moldings, lower level with entertainment room, gym and plenty of storage.

Photo courtesy of Century 21 President Realty Inc.


8623 Creditview Road

It took less than a week for this home to sell for $2,525,000, above the asking price of $2,489,900. The four-bed, four-bath home is located close to schools, parks, golf course, hospital, highways and public transportation in the Credit Valley neighbourhood.

Photo courtesy of Shahid Khawaja Real Estate Inc.


2981 Bovaird Drive West

This beautiful house on a one-acre lot sold for $2,500,000, under the asking price of $2,699,000. The custom-built home has four bedrooms, five bath, finished basement and more than 5,000-sq.-ft. of living space. There’s an open-concept main floor, gourmet kitchen and multiple decks, all near the Credit River.

Photo courtesy of Century 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc.


Least Expensive

8351 McLaughlin Road

This third-floor condo unit sold for its asking price of $399,900. The one-bedroom has a solarium which could easily be converted into a second bedroom or office. Freshly-painted, a cozy feel and located close to most amenities.

Photo courtesy of Royal LePage Brant Realty


406-310 Mill Street South

This condo sold for $427,500, under the asking price of $435,000. There is more than 1,200-sq.-ft. of living space in this two-bedroom plus solarium home. There is a 3-piece ensuite off the master bedroom and a walk-in closet and the building is walking distance to shopping, transit and parks.

Photo courtesy of Heritage Caledon Realty Inc.


603-4 Lisa Street

This condo unit sold for $440,000, $2,500 above the asking price. This spacious, open-concept home has undergone several recent renovations, including kitchen cabinets, granite counters, new bathroom and replaced picture window in living room.

Photo courtesy of Century 21 Millennium Inc.


207-8351 McLaughlin Road South

This condo unit sold for $440,000 after being listed for $449,000. The four-storey low-rise building backs onto a ravine. This unit is just over 1,000-sq.-ft. and has two bedrooms, two baths, stainless fridge and glass-top stove.

Photo courtesy of Re/Max Realty Services Inc.


2306-8 Lisa Street South

This home sold for $445,000, less than $5,000 under the asking price. This updated condo has two bedrooms and two baths, sun-filled solarium. There is a large, eat-in kitchen and the master bedroom has his and hers double closets.

Photo courtesy of Your Home Today Realty Inc.


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