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This is what a $600K home looks like in cities across Canada

As we head into the next decade with housing prices in Canada expected to rise, it seems fair to assume that in a few years time $600,000 will be the average price of a home. 

While I can't predict what future $600K homes will look like, here's what $600,000 can buy in different cities across Canada today. 

St. Johns

With views of Conception Bay and sitting on one acre of land is this beautiful home. This home is ideal for a multi-generational family. The main home has four spacious bedrooms. There's also a loft over the garage with a kitchenette and a full bath. Finally the basement is a walk-out three-bedroom apartment suite.   

600 thousand home canadaCharlottetown

This five-bedroom, four bathroom home is a new build in a prime location. The interior is open concept with plenty of natural light and a rustic farmhouse decor style to it. The home also sits on a generous half acre of land.  

600 thousand home canadaVancouver

Can you get a detached home in Vancouver for $600K? Absolutely not. But you can have this townhouse just outside of Vancouver in Surrey. While not in Vancouver proper it is in the metro Vancouver area and within commuting distance. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a yard and has had some upgrades done to it recently.  

600 thousand home canadaCalgary

This bungalow looks like nothing special on the outside but inside it’s been beautifully renovated. The three bedroom home looks like a brand new condo but there’s no condo fees! The home also boasts a brand new developed basement with a fireplace and a bonus room which sounds fun.  

600 thousand home canadaSaskatoon

Just steps away from the University of Saskatchewan campus is this delightful single family home. It has over 1,900 square feet of living space, oversized windows that flood the home with natural light and a ton of upgrades such as a four zone audio system.  

600 thousand home canadaWinnipeg

This A-frame like house is a trip. Built in the late 70's I love the unique character it brings. The home has about 1,800-square-feet of living space and comes complete with a hot tub, a putting green and in-ground sprinklers. 

600 thousand home canadaToronto

Like Vancouver, finding a detached house at the $600K price point is verging on impossible. It’s mostly just condos but there is this end-unit row house. It’s not in a great location and the interior needs a major overhaul. But for just over $600,000 you get three bedrooms and two bathrooms.  

600 thousand home canadaOttawa

Located in Vanier this brand new, move-in ready home is close to downtown, lots of green space and Beechwood Avenue, which is the new trendy food spot according to locals. The home has a modern open concept interior. It has two bedrooms and three bathrooms along with a private yard. 

600 thousand home canadaMontreal

This modest three-bedroom, one-bathroom home in Montreal is filled with charm and character. Built in the late 1800's the home has plenty of original detailing as well as sought after features like exposed brick and a spiral staircase.

600 thousand home canadaYellowknife

This gorgeous home has views of Back Bay and Yellowknife Bay from every window. The over 1,900 square feet of living space with a loft at the top that can be used as an office or studio space. The interior design is quite Scandinavian with pine wood ceilings, beams and floors. And the open concept layout makes the space feels bright an airy. 

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