Uxbridge takes four of top five most expensive homes sold in September


Published October 11, 2023 at 11:02 am

27 Connie Crescent Whitby

With more than 6,300 sq. ft. of countryside living space in the hills of Uxbridge, a custom raised bungalow on ten acres is the ultimate multi-generational estate.

The home is also the most expensive home sold in Durham Region last month, with the property changing hands for $2.6 million September 29.

Four of the five most expensive homes sold in Durham in September have Uxbridge addresses, in fact, with country estates attracting the most attention from discriminating buyers.

187 Davis Drive Uxbridge

At the top of the list is the five-bedroom estate on Davis Drive, which boasts 13-foot ceilings in the cathedral-like great room, a custom chef’s kitchen, a huge sunroom and outdoor dining options on an ironwood deck.

The home also comes with a finished walk-out basement, a three-car garage and a workshop.

At #2 is another country home in the Uxbridge countryside near Goodwood, with this five-bedroom estate sprawling over 10 acres selling for $2.5 million.

Whitby takes the third spot with a luxurious executive bungalow backing onto a secluded ravine selling for $2.38 million.

The property features a saltwater pool and hot tub outside and nearly 6,000 sq. ft. of upscale living space inside in the highly desirable Williamsburg community.

Numbers #4 and #5 on the list are both back in Uxbridge, with a home on Country Club Crescent in the Wyndance community selling for $2,120,000 and a custom-built ‘bungaloft’ on Webb Road finding new owners in September for $2.1 million.

The Webb Road property is 2,000 sq. ft. and boasts hilltop views outside and huge loft views inside.

481 Webb Road, Uxbridge

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