PHOTOS: The most and least expensive homes that just sold in Mississauga
You might think that you’ll never afford a house in Mississauga, but some homes are more affordable than you think!
If you’re looking for a low-rise home, you can expect to pay a little more, as low-rise home sales climbed 6 per cent and the average sold price hit $1,151,549 in between April and December 2020. As far as condos go, however, real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa says that units didn’t skyrocket in price last year.
According to Zoocasa, the average price for condo apartments grew 9 per cent to $515,801 in Peel, with prices climbing 8 per cent in Mississauga.
So if you want a home for under $550,000, you can find one.
Here’s a look at the most and least expensive homes that recently changed hands in Mississauga:
1001 - 3065 Queen Frederica Dr
Sold for: $369,000
Listed for: $399,900
This newly renovated home has a great layout. There is a large open balcony, freshly pained walls, doors and baseboards and new light fixtures. The home is steps away to plazas, stores and highway 427.
404 - 2929 Aquitaine Ave
Listed for: $395,900
Sold for: $395,000
This is a beautiful two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in a prime location just steps to restaurants, cafes, shopping, schools and more.
134 - 3040 Constitution Blvd
Listed for: $419,900
Sold for: $425,000
This open concept townhouse is bright and spacious and has a walkout to the patio from the dining room. The maintenance fee includes cable TV and unlimited internet.
2603 - 50 Absolute Ave
Listed for: $429,900
Sold for: $425,000
This gorgeous condo is in the heart of Mississauga and it comes with an amazing view of Downtown Toronto and it also comes with an upgraded kitchen with ample cabinets and granite countertops. Close to all amenities.
801 - 810 Scollard Crt
Listed for: $434,900
Sold for: $425,000
Spacious open concept bedroom suite with high ceilings and extensive onsite amenities and close to shopping malls, banking, transit, parks and highways.
1624 Watersedge Road
Sold for: $6,200,000
You can get a clear view of the CN Tower and city skyline from this custom built home. The basement is professionally finished with a separate room and walk out to the backyard.
1443 Indian Grove
Over 10000 square feet of elegant living space with modern luxury and detailed design. The home comes with high ceilings, an open concept layout, multiple walkouts, an elevator and a salt water ozonated pool with a cabana.
54 Cumberland Dr
Listed for: $3,789,000
Sold for: $3,550,000
This Port Credit dream home comes with stunning lake views, a fully finished basement, exposed brick and hardwood floors and direct access to the lake. It also comes with a fully finished basement
2024 Heartwood Crt
Sold for: $3,688,000
This luxury home backs on to the credit river ravine and has complete privacy. The home boasts a gorgeous backyard utopia with an infinity pool that will make you feel like you have your own cottage in the city.
1333 Trotwood Ave
Listed for: $2,875,850
Sold for: $2,875,000
This home was designed for entertaining. It is an open concept layout with a wet bar/lounge, custom lighting, quartz counters and so much more.
- PHOTOS: Most and least expensive homes in Mississauga
- PHOTOS: A look at the most and least expensive homes that just changed hands in Mississauga
- PHOTOS: The most and least expensive homes in Mississauga
- PHOTOS: The least (and most) expensive homes that recently sold in Mississauga
- PHOTOS: A look at the least (and most) expensive homes that just sold in Mississauga
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