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


Published October 16, 2019 at 9:40 pm


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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