PHOTOS: The cheapest (and most expensive houses) sold in Mississauga

 

Are you hoping to buy a house before the year is out (or at least before the holiday season hits)? If you're ready to take the plunge, you will face a challenging sellers’ market rife with high prices, low inventory and fierce competition.  

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.

Since there isn't much in the way of new housing supply - only 1,360 new listings came to market in September- that’s put upward pressure on the average home price, which rose 3.8 per cent to $763,451.

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 September. 


Least Expensive

366-3055 Tomken Road

It's hard to get a two-bedroom place for under $500,000, but some fortunate buyers managed to score a two-bed, one-bath condo townhouse for $300,000 (and it was listed for $315,000). This spacious (it's over 1,000 square feet) fixer-upper is pretty perfect for a first-time homebuyer who isn't afraid of a little work.  


1102 - 2323 Confederation Parkway

This two-bed, two-bath condo sold for $325,000 after being listed for $335,888. The condo boasts up to 1,199 square feet of space and one parking spot, so it's definitely perfect for a couple or young (or not-so-young family). 


1006 - 2900 Battleford Drive

This two-bed, one,-bath unit sold for $330,000 after being listed for $319,900. Located in a more mature building, this unit offers up to 900 square feet of space and one parking spot. It also offers stainless steel appliances, updated flooring and an updated bathroom. 


309 - 4640 Kimbermount Avenue

This one-bedroom, two-bathroom unit was listed for $336,900 and sold for the same amount. Offering close to 900 square feet of space, this suite has a spacious living area, an open concept dining room and kitchen and an ensuite bathroom in the master bedroom. 


603 - 2345 Confederation Parkway

This rare three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit sold for $339,000 after being listed for $349,900. It offers up to 1,199 square feet of space and one parking spot and boasts a recently renovated kitchen. It also features two balconies. 


Most Expensive

451 Temagami Crescent

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home sold for $3,225,000 after being listed for $3,400,000. Spanning about 3500 square feet, the Clarkson-Lorne Park area home offers eight parking spaces and unobstructed views of the credit river. 


1500 Glenburnie Road

This five-bedroom, six-bathroom home offers up to 5,000 square feet of living space and 10 parking spots. It sold for $3,220,000 after being listed for $3,249,850. The Mineola home offers a resort-style backyard, a formal dining room and an open-concept living room. 


2130 Gordon Drive

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom Cooksville home sold for $2,835,000 and was listed for $2,999,900. The amount of green space offers is astounding, so it's good for anyone looking for a valuable lot. 


1026 Mississauga Heights Drive

This five-bedroom, six-bathroom house sold for $2,450,000 after being listed for $2,499,850. It offers over 6,800 square feet of space, a three-car garage, a heated driveway, a nanny suite, an open-concept kitchen and heated floors. 


2476 Sharon Crescent

This Erindale home boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 5,000 square feet of space. It sold for $2,330,000 after being listed for $2,499,888. It offers seven parking spaces and a quiet location.

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