The 5 least-expensive homes sold in Niagara Region in the last month


Published May 19, 2023 at 3:29 pm

There’s no shortage of pricey homes in the Niagara Region with a great number running between $800,000 to well over $1 million.

But are there real estate bargains to be had? Yes, there are. To be sure, some are what you’d classify as fixer-uppers and most are tiny two-bedroom homes but every homeowner has to start somewhere.

To that end, let’s look at the five least expensive homes sold in the Niagara Region over the past month.  All five of these houses sold between $362,000 and $410,000.

84 Pleasant Avenue, St. Catharines

This modest two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow went on the market for $345,000 and sold 12 days ago for $362,000. It sits on a 30 feet by 110 feet lot but has no garage.

111 Smits Cove, Unit 202, West Lincoln

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo was put on the market for $389,000 and sold 22 days ago at a reduced $377,244. It has one parking spot and is roughly 850 square feet on the inside.

20 Keel St, Fort Erie

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow was out on the market at $409,900 and sold 10 days ago at $380,000. It has a one-car garage and parking for four more cars on the driveway. Sitting on a 60 feet by 90 feet lot, it was estimated to be somewhere in the 900-square-foot range. The listing pegged it at between 700 sq.ft up to 1,100 sq.ft.

163 Omers Avenue, Port Colborne

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow was listed at $399,900 and it sold for exactly that amount four days ago. Also estimated between 700 and 1,100 square feet, it sits on 50 feet by 117 feet lot. Room for four car parking.

302 Commando Street, Welland

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom, one-and-a-half-storey bungalow was listed at $399,999 and sold 22 days ago at an increased $410,000. There is no square footage available for the home but it sits on a 40 feet by 100 feet lot. No garage but enough parking for three cars.

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