Most expensive home sales in Milton, Oakville, Burlington during red-hot November


Published December 7, 2021 at 9:46 am

The GTA’s late fall housing market has been anything but normal in Oakville, Milton, Burlington and Halton Hills.

While activity typically tapers this time of year due to cooling weather and the impending holiday season, buyers remain in full force, driving sales to a new record for the month and exceeding 2020 levels for the first time since June.

Home prices, meanwhile, continued their stratospheric climb due to a crucial lack of available properties for sale, a trend seen across the Halton regions.

According to information released by the Toronto and Region Real Estate Board, Halton has one of the highest home price point of any GTA market, with an average price tag of $1,356,591, an increase of 27 per cent. But that isn’t stopping an onslaught of buyers who are keen to scoop up low rise homes in residential neighbourhoods.

The more affordable condo segment experienced hot demand last month, as sales rose 39 per cent with 129 units exchanging hands at an average of $688,489.

Here are the most expensive homes sold in Halton during November.

Most Expensive

59 Bel Air Drive, Oakville

Located on one of Oakville’s most prestigious streets, this home sold for $150,000 over asking price in one day, ultimately netting $4,940,000. Elegant and tasteful with 10-foot ceilings and crown moulding.

Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada

3232 Shoreline Drive, Oakville

Situated on the shore of Lake Ontario, this 7,000 sq.-ft. home sold for $4,875,000. Bright and spacious living space with views of the lake and manicured parkland. Concrete driveway and landscaped both front and back.

Photo courtesy of Century 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd.

1306 Cambridge Drive, Oakville

Located in an exclusive enclave in southeast Oakville this home with 6,500 sq.-ft. of living space sold for $4,700,000. Completely remodeled in 2019, it boasts a warm and inviting feel with timeless and luxury finishes throughout.

Photo courtesy of Century 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd.

125 Waterstone Court, Oakville

This stunning home, designed in the style of a French vineyard, sold for $4,671,000. More than 7,000 sq.-ft. of living space with reclaimed elm and marble flooring, waffled and beamed ceilings.

Photo courtesy of Re/Max Aboutowne Realty Corp.

273 Maple Grove Drive, Oakville

This huge, custom-built home with more than 8,400 sq.-ft. of finished living spaced sold for $4,600,000. Walk out from lower level to private backyard with mature landscaping and in-ground pool.

Photo courtesy of Homelife Landmark Realty Inc.

5284 Campbellville Road, Milton

Someone interested in the farm life picked up this 46.54 acre farm with a view of the escarpment for $4,500,100. The property has a large stone house, horse stalls, paddocks and pastures, saltwater pool and is only minutes from downtown Milton.

Photo courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Toronto Realty

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