5 Most Affordable Condos in Burlington
The average cost of a condo home in Burlington is $618,147, according to Zoocasa. If you’re like most, that’s just a bit outside your budget. There are, however, some options for baggage(kid)-free couples and those flying solo.
Check out these condos listed well-below the area average.
Listed for $309,900
This 800-899 sq ft. 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom corner unit was fully renovated in 2019.
You can use the 2nd room for your kids… in-laws… guests… even your 14 cats! (tell the building owner after you move in).
2422 New Street has a Walk Score of 75 out of 100 so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby parks include Central Park, Techumseh Park, and Sioux Lookout Park.
Listed for $335,900
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This 1 bed, 1 bath, 750 sq ft. home is located across the street from historic Spencer Smith Park. You could hear the sounds of music from the Sound Music Festival right outside your window!
377 Lakeshore Road has a Walk Score of 80 out of 100 so most errands can be accomplished on foot… if you’re into the walking thing.
Other nearby parks include Maple Park and Central Park.
Listed for $364,900
Boasting about its den size to go along with 1 bed and 1 bath, this nearly 900 sq ft. listing also features in-suite laundry.
Guess what that means? Less tedious small talk with your neighbours!
Listed for $364,900
If size isn’t all that important you, this 1 bed, 1 bath, 500-599 sq ft condo offers you plenty of building amenities. There’s a party room, theatre room, rooftop patio with barbecues, and a gym for you to use for your post-New Years resolution one-time workout.
The QEW is also nearby if you require a 6-hour commute to Toronto during rush hour.
Listed for $374,900
Sq Ft.: 500
Do you want to live like royalty someday? …well, Burlington royalty?
What this 500 sq ft. 1 bed, 1 bath unit lacks in size, it makes up for in amenities: on-site concierge, in-suite laundry, fitness centre, hot & cold plunge pools (Google it), sauna, rooftop terrace, private dining room, and courtyard.
This building is also located near the highway, walking trails, parks, and a hospital… which will come in handy after you mistake the highway for a walking trail.
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