All we hear about these days are how expensive the local housing market is. In Toronto, the median price of a single-family detached home at the start of this year was $1,823,900, according to Royal Lepage. Realistically though, that’s already over budget for the vast majority of us. If you’re ready to get into the market and have $1 million to fork over, here are some Toronto homes you can buy.
Mimico Two-Bedroom Condo
Unobstructed lake views are among the highlights of this two-bedroom condo. Enjoy the view from your bedroom, living room, and spacious balcony, as well as easy access to waterfront trails, public transit, and the highway. The home also features upgraded appliances, modern finishes, and hardwood flooring throughout.
Upper Beaches Two-Storey
This modest home is located in close proximity to Woodbine Beach, Queen St East shopping, restaurants, parks, and transit. The main floor and the basement both feature a walkout with south-facing views. The extra-deep backyard features a patio set, a deck, and immediate access to a schoolyard green space.
Broadview North “Storybook” Home
This three-bedroom home features a charming “storybook” exterior, according to the listing. The main floor features an open-concept layout, hardwood floors, crown molding, and a bright chef’s kitchen with plenty of space. A set of French doors leads you to the fenced yard with a deck and a shed. It’s also conveniently located just a short walk from transit, groceries, and restaurants.
Church-Yonge Condo With Rooftop Oasis
You’ll feel tucked away from the busy city at this two-bedroom condo. This home received over $100,000 in renovations just two years ago, with gorgeous features like a custom kitchen and maple engineered hardwood. The condo also features 9-foot ceilings and is located just five minutes from St. Lawrence Market. And most importantly, it has over 500 square feet of outdoor entertainment space between the main floor terrace and rooftop patio.
Dufferin Grove Three-Bedroom
Located in Toronto’s bustling Dufferin Grove, this three-bedroom home is just a quick journey to the Bloor Line, as well as schools, parks, restaurants, and shops. The home itself is described as spacious and well-maintained, with high ceilings, large rooms, an oak staircase, and a deep lot with a backyard and two-car garage. Plus, there are separate entrances on every level if you wanted to rent it out.
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