Oshawa and Clarington homes dominate least expensive homes sold in Durham Region list


Published February 7, 2024 at 11:54 am

248 Burk Street, Oshawa

A two-bedroom condo in Oshawa’s booming north end University District sold for $490,000 last month, the least expensive home sold in Durham Region in January.

With the open concept living and dining areas, quartz countertops and balcony offering great views of the city, this condo at 2550 Simcoe St. N. is a step up from some of the student condos for sale in the area. The apartment is still a great opportunity for students, or for anyone wanting to experience the new north Oshawa.

The condo, located in one of the newest high-rises in Oshawa, sold January 10.

At #2 on the list for least expensive homes sold in Durham in January was a two-bedroom townhouse in Courtice on Nash Road. The home, one of the larger units in the complex, has new floors, California shutters, a master bedroom with ensuite and a Juliette balcony. The townhome sold January 27 for $565,000.

1669 Nash Road, Clarington

Number three was a cozy three-bedroom stand-alone home on Burk Street on the west side of Oshawa which sold January 7 for $585,000.

The one-and-a-half storey brick home features plenty of upgrades inside and out, including hardwood floors throughout and a newly built deck.

At #4 was a three-bedroom semi-detached home on Roser Crescent in Clarington that sold January 28 for $725,000. The house features hardwood floors, a finished basement, an updated kitchen with quartz countertops and a deck overlooking a large backyard.

Number 5 on the list was a three-bedroom home near the Oshawa Centre mall on Durham Street that sold for $668,000 – $69,000 over asking.

2550 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa

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