5 most affordable homes that just sold in Oakville, Burlington and Milton

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Published December 4, 2023 at 12:27 pm

In October, home prices fell in Oakville and Milton and rose in Burlington as the entire Halton region experienced a slowdown in activity that resulted in more inventory hitting the market. 

While buyers are in a better position now, houses in the region are still more expensive than the Canadian average. In October, the average house price in Burlington climbed to $1,140,816 and in Milton, it dropped slightly to $1,036,226. 

In Oakville, the average price dropped 10 per cent to $1,395,752. 

But while the average price is still over $1 million, here are some Burlington and Milton homes that recently changed hands in November for less, courtesy of Zoocasa:


713 – 1050 Main St. E. in Milton

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in Milton sold for $540,000 after being listed for $545,000. Spanning more than 600 square feet, the corner unit offers an elegant, upgraded interior, large windows and views of the escarpment. The building itself boasts multiple amenities, including a party room, BBQ terrace, outdoor pool, gym, yoga room and more. 


301 – 3058 Sixth Line in Oakville

This 1,200-plus square foot townhouse in Oakville’s River Oaks neighbourhood sold for $610,000 after hitting the market at $599,900. Featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the house also offers an upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances and quartz counters, engineered hardwood floors and a rooftop terrace. 


a103 – 1117 Cooke Blvd. in Burlington

Windows, windows, windows. This airy and bright Aldershot condo sold for $570,000 after being listed for $599,999. The suite features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and over 700 square feet of space. The unit also boasts 9’ ceilings and a spacious private balcony with a walkout to the ground level. 


419 – 895 Maple Ave. in Burlington 

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom Burlington townhouse, located in the city’s Maple neighbourhood, offers close to 1,200 square feet of space. The house sold for $640,000 after being listed for $639,900. The house boasts an open-concept design, refinished hardwood flooring, a renovated kitchen, pot lights, crown moulding and more. 


212 – 1360 Main St. E. in Milton

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Milton’s Dempsey neighbourhood sold for $660,000 after being listed for $650,000. Offering over 1,000 square feet of space, the suite boasts pot lights, ceiling fans, custom blinds, laminate flooring, an upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a built-in pantry. 

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