The priciest home to hit the market last week is a house on Hillcrest Avenue, priced at 1,800,000 CAD. According to the listing description, this 3 bedroom home has a lot of investment potential . Yonge and Sheppard was a single-family detached neighborhood, but now, with blocks of condos across the street, the owner thinks it is a ‘good opportunity for investors and builders’. Sheela Choudhari, from Homelife Landmark Realty, has the listing.
The second most expensive unit that came on the market last week is a condo on 180 University Avenue and is listed by Century 21-agent Ken Yeung. Having an asking price of 1,488,800 CAD, this 1,534 square foot condo is located above the Shangri-La Toronto 5 star hotel. This stunning 2 bedroom and 3 bathroom condo has all the facilities a modern home needs. Also, it has access to the hotel’s amenities, services, security and spa (pay per use) and is one of 572 units in this 66-story tower. According to the agency’s website, the prices of the condos here go from 1,000,000 CAD to 9,300,000 CAD.
Listed by Sutton Realty, the third priciest home that has just appeared on the market is located in the center of Boor West Village, on 35 Kennedy Park Road. This is an area famous for having one of the best walk scores in Toronto. With 5 bedrooms and a lot of storage space, this beautiful detached house is for sale at 1,439,000 CAD.
At an asking price of 114,900 CAD, this 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom condo, located on 180 Markham Road in the Eglinton and Kingston neighborhood is the cheapest unit to hit the market last week.
This condo on 234 Albion Road at 150,000 CAD is the next on the list of cheaper condos that appeared on the market last week. Located in the Weston/401 neighborhood, this apartment has 2 bedrooms and one bathroom.
The third cheapest listing is a bright and spacious condo in the Martin Grove and Rexdale neighborhood; this 2 bedroom and one bathroom condo has an asking price of 169,000 CAD and is situated on 44 Longbourne Drive, Toronto.
All these three listings are represented by Robert Foo from Right At Home.