PHOTOS: The most expensive and the least expensive houses in Mississauga
Looking to buy a home soon?
If so, you’ll be spending a bit more than you might like.
According to real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa, the average price of a home in the city hit $992,008 in February 2020. Zoocasa said that detached houses in Mississauga crossed the $1.5 million mark to $1,516,116. Semi-detached houses are also quite expensive, costing buyers $1,001,178.
On the other hand, condo townhouses cost $744,566 and condo apartments cost about $555,330.
Here are the most expensive and least expensive houses in Mississauga
161 - 601 Shoreline Dr
This spacious one-bedroom townhouse was sold for $395,000 after being listed for $399,000. The open-concept unit features 9 ft ceilings, a fireplace and the living/dining room overlooks a large kitchen.
190 - 2001 Bonnymede Drive
This home was sold for 414,900. The upgraded house comes with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The home boasts quartz counters, hand-scraped oak hardwood floors, and an updated bathroom. The train station and major highways are within walking distance.
1001 - 3065 Queen Frederica
This home sold for $412,000 after being listed for $399,900. The home boasts two bedrooms and one bathroom and the unit was just recently renovated. The freshly painted and renovated home features a large open balcony and a great layout. Major highways are within walking distance.
306 - 75 King St
This one-bedroom condo sold for $410,000. The home features a gorgeous open concept layout, laminate floors, en suite laundry and is close to all amenities including the library, groceries, transit and major highways. The building also has a well-maintained swimming pool, sauna, gym and library.
702 - 3533 Derry Rd
This two-bedroom condo sold for $417,000 after being listed for $419,900. The home boasts an ensuite laundry, a huge balcony and a spacious living and dining space. It’s steps to transit, major highways, the airport and major malls.
2701 Mississauga Rd
This home sold for $5,952,701. The custom-built mansion features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It boasts quality craftsmanship in every detail with its manicured grounds, waterfalls and ponds. The home has European finishes throughout.
194 Indian Valley Trail
This house sold for $5,658,000. The detached home boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms and comes with over 10,000 square foot of luxury living space. The house comes with a ton of entertainment options, private gardens, a wet bar, sauna, private gym and more. It also comes with 10 gas fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout and an insulated garage.
224 Donnelly Dr
This detached home sold for $4,175,000 after being listed for $4,399,850. The house boasts four bedrooms, six bathrooms and over 6500 square feet of custom-crafted living space. The home comes with a 3-car garage with a heated driveway, a custom 48-inch pool, outdoor kitchen and lush landscaping. The interior boasts soaring ceilings, refined finishes and tons of natural light.
1574 Birchwood Dr
This house sold for $4,010,000 after being listed for $4,250,000. The detached, custom home comes with four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home also boasts 18 feet ceilings, a chef-inspired gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances, a spa-like ensuite, theatre and gym.
1535 Glenhill Cres
This detached home sold for $4,000,000 after being listed for $4,183,000. The home boasts four bedrooms, five bathrooms and over 6000 square feet of living space. The house also comes with a chef’s kitchen, grand dining room, and a resort-inspired backyard oasis.
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