The 5 Cheapest Condos Sold In Toronto This Past Month

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Surprisingly, it’s actually possible to find a condo in the Greater Toronto Area that’s cheaper than a leg and an arm. We all know that real estate in this city is scorching but that doesn’t mean you’re entirely out of luck.

We’ve teamed up with Zoocasa to bring you a list of the cheapest condos sold in Toronto between September 15 and October 15.

READ: National Rent Report Finds Toronto Rent Prices Actually Decreased

Each of these properties sold for under $240,000 or less. Read on to find out more!

1. 1605 – 330 Dixon Rd. — Sold for $222,000

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Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 800 – 899

Sadly, there are no photos of the space itself, only the building. This apartment is located in the heart of Kingsview Village, near every amenity imaginable. This affordable condo — which sold for $68,000 under the original asking price — is steps away from schools, grocery stores, public transit and parks.

2. 2003 – 330 Dixon Rd — Sold for $223,000

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

Located in the same building as the cheapest condo sold this past month, this apartment cost only $1,000 more. Plus, you can see inside! This newly renovated space is freshly painted with new laminate floors and close to everything you need. With access to big master bedroom, en suite laundry, a building with an indoor pool, exercise and rec rooms, this condo is a steal.

3. 5413 – 50 Old Kingston Rd. — Sold for $225,000

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

This Scarborough home is located in a coop building for people 55 year of age and older. Overlooking a wooded ravine with beautifully landscaped gardens nearby, amenities include an indoor pool, sauna, library, exercise room and more. This space is also located close to a hospital, parks and shopping.

4. 809 – 235 Grandravine Dr. — Sold for $234,000

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 2
Sq. Footage: 900 – 999

This North York apartment is located in the Jane and Finch neighbourhood of the city. This is a great investment or first home for a family that’s situated near a community centre and a park. You’d probably want access to a vehicle because shopping is a solid walk.

5. 104 – 4064 Lawrence Ave. E — Sold for $240,000

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking: 1
Sq. Footage: 1000 – 1199

This Scarborough home is not only beautiful for the price but it’s located right near a huge park and tons of amenities. Inside, you’ll find a newly renovated two-storey, three bedroom unit with two entrances and underground parking.

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