The 5 Cheapest Condos Sold In Toronto In The Past Month

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The average cost of a condo in Toronto might be closer to $600,000 than $300,000, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a place in the city for much less than that.

According to Zoocasa, there are a number of condos in the city for less than $250,000, if you’re willing to go a little outside of the downtown core.

READ: The 5 Most Expensive Condos Sold In Toronto In The Past Month

Below are the five cheapest condos sold in Toronto between May 14 and June 14, 2019. From one-bedroom units with no parking spots to two bedrooms at nearly 800 sq. ft., these sales prove affordable units are difficult, but not impossible to find.

611 – 5 Frith Rd. – Sold for $202,000

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Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 700 – 799

This spacious apartment near Jane & Finch sold for almost $20,000 above asking. The condo last sold for just $110,000 in 2009.

308 – 330 Dixon Rd. – Sold for $200,000

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 700 – 799

Located in Kingsview Village, this condo sold for $10,000 over asking. Maintenance fees on the unit are also fairly low, coming in at just $445.

4202 – 50 Old Kingston Rd. – Sold for $190,000

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 700 – 799

Who would’ve thought you could find a two-bedroom condo in Toronto for under $200,000?! Believe it or not, this condo in the West Hill neighbourhood sold for $25,000 under asking.

5305 – 50 Old Kingston Rd. – Sold for $165,000

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 0
Sq. Footage: 500 – 599

A slightly smaller unit in the same building also went for well below $200,000 in the past month.

527 – 4645 Jane St. – Sold for $109,900

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 700 – 799

The cheapest condo sold in Toronto in the past month was this cozy unit close to York University.

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