North Oshawa sweeps most affordable homes list; Uxbridge has two of three most expensive


Published April 19, 2023 at 9:52 am

2458 Concession 6, Uxbridge

Oshawa swept the board for the most affordable homes sold in Durham during the past month, with all five on the list student housing condos in the city’s University District.

Two Uxbridge homes – including one estate that sold for $3.25 million – along with homes in Ajax, Pickering and Clarington round out the most expensive homes sold in the region list, compiled by Toronto-based real estate agency Zoocasa.

At number one on the most expensive roster was a 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom custom-built country estate on 10 acres on Concession 6 in Uxbridge.

The home features 24-foot ceilings, a 4-sided fireplace and gourmet kitchen on the main floor and a saltwater pool with hot tub and heated workshop in the backyard, all set in a private hardwood/softwood mixed forest.

The property sold for $3.25 million March 23.

Number 2 is a $3 million home on prestigious Dexshire Drive in Ajax, followed by a second Uxbridge estate, this time a custom-built stone bungalow on a cul-de-sac in the Heritage Hills community. This home sold for $2.9 million.

At #4 and #5 is a home on Old Forest Road in Pickering that sold for $2.62 million and a fully renovated executive house on Kresia Lane in Courtice that was released at $2.2 million March 27.

The top four most affordable homes sold in the past month all share the same address, with two of the condos at 1900 Simcoe St. N in Oshawa selling for $250,000. The other two units sold for $255,000 and $280,000, respectively.

At number five is a studio apartment just down the road at 1800 Simcoe St. N that sold April 4 for $308,000.

1800 Simcoe St. N, Oshawa

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