PHOTOS: Most expensive houses sold in February in Oakville, Burlington, Milton


Published March 6, 2023 at 9:36 am

Despite a recent downturn in housing prices in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Halton Hills, there are still plenty of multi-million dollar deals being done.

Here are five of the most expensive homes sold in Halton in the last month:

10-10 Maple Grove Dr. E, Oakville

This magnificent waterfront home with breathtaking unobstructed views of Lake Ontario sold for $5,500,000. Glassed front doors lead to the grand entrance hall complete with marble and glass flooring and oversized closets. The north wing of the suite features two bedrooms and a private office with hardwood flooring and custom built cabinetry.

Photo Courtesy Re/Max Escarpment Realty

1138 Morrison Heights Dr., Oakville

Situated on a private, half acre lot and backing onto Morrison Creek, this custom-built family home is surrounded by towering trees and sold for $5,000,000. Traditional interior with large principal rooms featuring oversized windows that allow you to take in the nature surrounding the property making each room feel bright and spacious.

Photo Courtesy Century 21 Miller Real Estate

269 Gloucester Ave., Oakville

This large, custom home on a signature street in the heart of Old Oakville sold for $3,950,000. Other features include three-car garage with a heated driveway, massive lower level and meticulous, mature gardens. More than 5,500 sq.-ft. of living space in this four-bedroom home.

Photo Courtesy Century 21 Miller Real Estate

3355 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington

Stunning, custom-built modern home sold for $3,690,000. Loaded with features like oversized windows, high ceilings throughout, custom millwork, gorgeous eat-in kitchen with solid wood cabinetry, high-end appliances with oversized island for entertaining.

Photo Courtesy Re/Max Escarpment Realty

287 River-Side Dr., Oakville

Rare ravine property on mature, tree-lined street sold for $3,620,000. More than a half acre of fully-fenced yard and views of ravine and water from almost every room. The large kitchen offers two eating areas, loads of granite counter space, gas stovetop, double stacked ovens, warming drawer, entire wall of cabinets, and butcher block island.

Photo Courtesy Oakville – Re/Max Escarpment Realty

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