PHOTOS: The cheapest–and fanciest houses–sold in Mississauga


Published November 14, 2019 at 10:17 pm


While the market isn’t quite as wild as it was in 2017, it’s pretty hot–and buyers are feeling the burn. 

Penelope Graham, the managing editor with real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa, says the fall real estate season is off to a surging start, with prices up across throughout Mississauga.

Graham says a total of 833 homes changed hands in the municipality, up 20.5 per cent compared to the same time frame in 2018. Coupled with a 5 per cent dip in new listings – just 1,137 homes were brought to market over the course of the month – that’s pushed the city steeply into sellers’ territory. 

Graham says the average home price rose by a whopping 17.6 per cent to $816,383.

But even though the market is hot, some homes are still selling for reasonable prices–and other luxury properties are selling for big bucks. 

Here’s a look at the least and most expensive houses that sold in Mississauga in October.

Most affordable:

309 – 2485 Woking Crescent

This condo sold for $287,000 after being listed for $279,000. It boasts one bedroom, one bathroom, one parking spot and about 699 square feet of space. The Sheridan Homelands unit is freshly painted and boasts some brand new flooring and stainless steel appliances. 

21 – 3360 The Credit Woodlands

This rare three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that spans about 1500 square feet (and offers two parking spots) just sold for $315,000 after being listed for $325,000. The unit is close to schools, UTM, transit and more. 

402 – 3120 Kirwin Avenue

Another big unit, this condo boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one parking space and up to 1,199 square feet of space. It sold for $350,000 after being listed for $349,900. The unit has a spacious balcony and the building features a pool. The unit is also walking distance to the Cooksville GO station. 

Penthouse 09 – 3120 Kirwin Ave

Haven’t you always wanted a penthouse suite? This unit boasts two bedrooms, one bathroom, one parking spot and up to 999 square feet of space. It sold for $365,000 and was listed for $369,999. It also offers a newly updated kitchen, stainless steel appliances and laminate floors. 

901 – 2900 Battleford Road

This unit boasts two bedrooms, one bathroom, two parking spots and up to 899 square feet of space. The suite sold for $365,088 after being listed for $349,000, so it went a little over asking. The building offers a library, a sauna, an inground pool and a tennis court. 

Most expensive:

2400 Doulton Drive

This extravagant and hyper-modern home is a showstopper that’s worth the $6,996,570 it sold for (it was originally listed at $7,800,000). Featuring incredible finishes, an awe-inspiring interior, five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 14 parking spaces, this 17,000+ square foot mansion also wows with an exotic three-storey atrium/greenhouse. 

2107 Parker Drive

This elegant and chic home sold for $5,100,000 after being listed for $5,488,880. It features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and six parking spots. It has upgraded finishes, a stunning kitchen and a spacious home theatre. 

836 Burns Avenue

This 8,000 square foot home sold for $5,000,000 after being listed for $5,499,850. Airy, modern and elegant, the home offers six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, eight parking spots and an absolutely stunning sunroom. It even offers access to a private beach. 

134 Cumberland Drive

You can enjoy bonafide cottage living in the city in this spectacular $3,850,000 home (which was listed at $4,150,000). The 5,000 square foot, waterfront home offers six bedrooms, four bathrooms, six parking spots and absolutely stunning lake views. In fact, the legal duplex features two self-contained lakefront homes. The top unit offers panoramic views of Lake Ontario. 

1266 Minaki Road

This chic and contemporary home sold for $3,825,000 after being listed for $3,999,850. It offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms, 10 parking spaces and a stunning one-acre lot. It has an open-concept floor plan and tons of stunning windows.

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