The 5 ‘Most Affordable’ Condos Sold in Toronto this Past Month

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2208-390 Dixon Road, Zoocasa

There are always pricey properties available on the market in Toronto and hopeful homeowners may find solace knowing that — even in the midst of a global pandemic — there are affordable condos thrown into the mix. Would-be buyers just need to know where to look.

This month, we teamed up with Zoocasa to bring you a list of the most affordable condos that sold in Toronto in the last month, demonstrating that there are ‘affordable’ options out there.

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Each of these properties sold for $350,000 or less — well below the average price of a condo/apartment in the 416-region, which is currently $673,174, according to recent figures from the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB).

Without further adieu, these are the top five most affordable condos sold in Toronto this past month:

5. 5o4 – 5949 Yonge Street: Sold for $350,000 (Initially listed at $369,900) 

504 – 5949 Yonge Street, Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Size: 600 – 699 sq. ft

This remodelled co-ownership unit in North York features an open-concept living-dining-kitchen space, while the den has been converted into a large breakfast area with a walk-out to the balcony. Laminate flooring, pot-lights in the kitchen, and a fresh bathroom are a few other features that make this property appealing. And let’s not forget those unobstructed city views from the balcony, and that Finch station is mere steps away.

4. 2208 – 390 Dixon Road: Sold for  $345,000 (listed at $349,000)

2208 – 390 Dixon Road, Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Size: 900-999 sq. ft

This rare and oversized one-bedroom unit stands at the intersection of Dixon and Kipling, nearby shopping centres, hair salons and parks. Spanning 910 square-feet, the unit offers a fantastic layout and amazing south-west facing views. In addition to an updated bathroom and a large bedroom with a walk-in closet, this buyer can look forward to days soaking in sunlight, as grand windows welcome the rays in.

3. 713 – 10 Tapscott Road: Sold for $345,000 (listed for $299,000)

713 – 10 Tapscott Road, Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Size: 700-799 sq. ft

This one-bedroom condo features an upgraded bathroom, flooring, and kitchen, and is nearby an abundance of amenities at Pleasant Corner. In-unit waits a walkout to the balcony, where there are stunning views to be seen, while the building stands in close proximity to the Toronto Zoo! Talk about a fun and educational weekend day-trip.

2. 306 – 3390 Weston Road: Sold for $335,000 (listed at $355,900)

306 – 3390 Weston Rd, Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Size: 900-999 sq. ft

This Finch and Weston property boasts an open-concept walkout to the balcony, a spacious living and dining room, hardwood floors throughout, and two bedrooms. Nearby, public transit schools, parks, and shopping are all easily accessible, while Highways 401 and 400 are just around the bend. The future inhabitants of this home will be able to get to the downtown core quickly while living in a more quiet, less hustle-and-bustle environment.

1. 111- 4060 Lawrence Avenue: Sold for $310,000 (listed at $294,900)

111 – 4060 Lawrence Avenue, Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Parking: 1
  • Size: 1600–1799 sq. ft

Massive, renovated, and ready for new dwellers to move in, this two-level townhome features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The highly sought-after ground floor unit includes two entrances, luxurious quartz counter tops, and a main floor den that could be converted into an additional bedroom. Just down the block, Morningside Park waits to be walked through on a crisp autumn evening.


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