PHOTOS: Most and least expensive houses in Mississauga
If you’re looking for a house in Mississauga, you might end up spending over $1 million. That said, some homes are still selling for well under $500,000.
Real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa said that a total of 1,411 homes were sold in Mississauga in March, a 38 per cent increase since February. The average price of a home in the city grew steadily by 7 per cent to $1,061,988.
Zoocasa said detached houses in Mississauga had the biggest year-over-year price growth at 24 per cent, hitting $1,582,786. Semi-detached home prices grew 19 per cent price to hit $1,004,560 and condo townhome prices increased 15 per cent to 769,086. Price growth for condo apartments was in the single digits, up 7 per cent to $584,595.
Zoocasa said all home types in Mississauga saw an increase in sales by 50 per cent or more from last year.
Here’s a look at some of the most—and least—affordable houses that sold in Mississauga last month.
351 - 3055 Tomken Rd
This home sold for $440,000 after being listed for $449,900. This spacious home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is an oversized patio and the unit is close to schools, a park, shopping malls and transit.
1505 - 2520 Eglinton Ave
This condo sold for $438,000 after being listed for $449,900. This studio has an upgraded kitchen, washroom and counters. The home is steps away from malls, the hospital and highways.
701 - 360 Square One Dr
This condo sold for $430,000 after being listed for $399,900. The unit boasts bamboo floors, stainless steel appliances, a granite counter and a modern bathroom and kitchen. It’s close to grocery stores, restaurants and major highways.
1809 - 115 Hillcrest Ave
This home sold for $500,000 after being listed for $449,000. The condo features a large living room, separate dining rooms, a spacious den, an enclosed solarium and a large master bedroom with a walk-in closet. It’s close to transit and other amenities.
111 - 5150 Winston Churchill Blvd
This condo sold for $369,000 after being listed for $369,000. This bright and spacious open-concept home features granite counters, new flooring and is close to hospitals, transit, schools and parks.
212 Kenollie Ave
This home sold for $4,376,000 after being listed for $4,388,000. The home boasts approximately 6,800 square feet of living space with a fully finished basement. The home also comes with a custom kitchen, a modern glass fireplace, heated flooring, a gym and a sauna.
1387 Indian Rd
This house sold for $4,650,000 after being listed for $4,899,900. The home boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms and has over 5,000 square feet of living space. This home also features a gourmet kitchen, granite counters, maple cabinets and Italian brushed nickel cabinet hardware.
1577 Spring Rd
This home sold for $4,700,000 after being listed for $4,888,000. The luxurious home boasts almost 7,000 square feet of living space and features four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home also comes with a 500 square foot pool house, formal dining and office, gourmet kitchen, top of the line appliances, gas stoves, granite counters and a custom backsplash.
1596 Spring Rd
This home sold for $4,125,000 after being listed for $4,298,000. The house boasts over 7,500 square feet of total living space and comes with a stone fireplace, custom dream kitchen, gas stovetop and a sunroom.
2122 Gordon Dr
This home sold for $5,075,000 after being listed for $5,299,850. The house features 7,207 square feet of crafted living space, four bedrooms, six bathrooms and also comes with an elevator and floor to ceiling windows.
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