5 most expensive Whitby and Pickering houses that recently sold


Published January 26, 2024 at 4:07 pm

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While housing in the Durham Region and the GTA overall can be quite costly, some more luxurious properties that are priced higher (sometimes much higher) than the regional average change hands. 

In December 2023, five properties in Whitby and Pickering all sold for more than $1.2 million–well above the regional average of $860,622. 

In fact, recent data from the Central Lakes Association of Realtors (CLAR) indicates the average price in Durham hit $860,622 in December 2023, with an increase in sales from December 2022. 

According to the Central Lakes Association of Realtors (CLAR), the average home price in Pickering in December was $1,005,085, while houses in Whitby were going for about $938,605. 

The average price of a detached home in Pickering was higher, hitting $1,297,044. In Whitby, the average detached home price was $1,091,497.

Here’s a look at the five most expensive houses in the region that sold in December, courtesy of real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa:

44 James Rowe Dr. – Whitby

This four-bedroom, five-bathroom home sold for $1,530,000 after being listed for $1,495,000. The house boasts up to 3,000 square feet of space and offers two additional bedrooms, an upgraded kitchen with quartz countertops, a main floor office, a renovated mudroom, pot lights, hardwood floors and more. 

262 Richardson St. – Pickering

Located in Pickering’s Rougemount area, this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home recently changed hands for $1,515,000. It was listed at $1,799,000. Boasting over 3,500 square feet of space, the home offers a freshly renovated interior and exterior, a new Samsung kitchen and an in-law suite with a separate entrance. 

12 Wycombe St. – Whitby

This four-bedroom (with another additional bedroom in the basement), five-bathroom home sold for $1,385,000 after hitting the market at $1,369,900. Located in Whitby’s Brooklin area, the home boasts hardwood floors, a hardwood staircase with wrought iron spindles, California shutters, pot lights, a finished basement and more. 

1051 Foxtail Cres. – Pickering

This elegant and upgraded home in Pickering’s Lamoreaux neighbourhood sold for $1,310,000 after being listed for $1,349,999. The home offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a family room with a stone fireplace, a well-lit outdoor deck and more. 

5 Rockland Cres. – Whitby

This Whitby house, also located in Brooklin, sold for $1,255,000 after hitting the market at $1,299,999. The house offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms and up to 4,000 square feet of space. It also features a finished basement, hardwood floors, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, a chef’s kitchen and more. 

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