This is what a $750K home looks like in cities across Canada
When it comes to housing prices $750,000 seems like the Goldilock's number. Not too high, not too low; just right. Then again that figure is still higher than the national average. The latest Canadian Real Estate Association numbers suggest the average price of a house in Canada is just over $500,000.
Although, that average varies widely by province — from a low of $180,000 in New Brunswick to more than $700,000 in British Columbia.
Here's what you can get for $750,000 in different cities across Canada.
For just under $750,000 you can get this adorable five-bedroom character home with a legal two bedroom suite in the basement. The home boasts almost 2,000 square-feet of living space, a double heated garage and a wrap around porch.
Built in 1904 for the shoemaker Benjamin Christenson and his wife, this small one storey Edwardian style home has survived in its original detail and form. Located in Strathcona, the home has been recently updated and is stylish and modern.
Finding a detached house in Toronto for $750,000 or less is a struggle. Most places are in the GTA neighbourhoods like Ajax, Brampton and Oshawa. But this four bedroom, one bathroom bungalow in Scarborough is perfect for first time home buyers or someone who wants to build their own house.
This gorgeous new build is striking and modern with lots of natural light and an open concept floor plan. Located in Glenbrook, the three-bedroom home is close to schools, parks and other amenities. It’s also only a 20-minute drive to downtown.
Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a $10,000 gift card to EQ3 so you can furnish your new pad — what more could you ask for in a house? The home is beautiful and modern with lots of unique design features and an abundance of natural light.
Located in Pierrefonds-Roxboro, just outside of Montreal proper, is this charming 1834 stone house. With features like cathedral ceilings, wood burning fireplaces and stone walls, it’s hard not to fall in love with this property. But the big selling point is the outdoor space with a covered hot tub and screened gazebo for summertime eating.
This small but central family house is within walking distance to the LRT as well as Westboro and Wellington Village. Listed for $725,000, the home has two bedrooms and three bathrooms, a large eat-in kitchen and a private backyard.
With a Cape Cod blue-panelled exterior this St. Johns home is a classic. It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an open concept kitchen and a huge rec room in the basement. It’s perfect for a family. The best part of this family home is that it backs right onto the Rennies River, giving you a ton of privacy.
There’s not a lot of properties to choose from in Yellowknife and around the $750K mark there are only about four homes. This modern home is in the heart of Old Town on Latham Island. The interior is bright and spacious. The house also has a spectacular view of Great Slave Bay from the rooftop patio.
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