House hunting? You may want to take a peek at these recent listings. Zoocasa has released a list of the cheapest homes sold in Ontario in February 2023, including a charming two-bedroom home for $335,000.
Depending on where you look, you buy up a detached family home for the fraction of what you’d pay for a Toronto bachelor pad.
Here are some of the cheapest homes sold in Ontario last month and where they are located, to inspire your future homeowning plans.
Located within walking distance from Durham College, stores, transit, and more, this well-designed bachelor apartment in Oshawa comes with access to condo amenities like meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor social lounges, and a gym.
Sold Price: $260,000
This turn-key home is located in Sandycove Acres 10 minutes south of Barrie.
The well-maintained two-bedroom home comes with access to the residential community amenities like a rec centre, games room, hair salon, and more.
Sold Price: $335,000
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This apartment is located in a prime downtown Burlington location close to the park, lake, and amenities. It has a spacious layout and fantastic views.
Sold Price: $360,000
This “rare” studio is located in the trendy Kerr Village at Rain Condos. The condo unit comes with access to all kinds of amenities at the pet-friendly building, including a pool and gym.
It’s also located conveniently near restaurants, shops, entertainment, and transit.
Sold Price: $380,800
This extensively renovated home in the quiet community of Georgina is both modern and cozy.
It is conveniently located near shops and parks, and features two cozy bedrooms, an upgraded kitchen, and an open-concept layout.
Sold Price: $422,000
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