Average Price of Standard Townhouses in Greater Toronto Area (Q4 2006 Royal LePage Survey)

Submitted by Jasmina on Tue, 2006-12-19 02:01.

Standard Townhouse

Either condominium or freehold, the townhouse (rowhouse) has three bedrooms, a living room and dining room (possibly combined) and a kitchen. Also included are 1 ½ bathrooms, standard broadloom, one-car garage, a full unfinished basement and two appliances. Total inside area is 92 sq. metres (1,000 sq. ft.). Depending on the area, the construction may be brick, wood, siding or stucco.

Average Home Prices

City Price Oct 2006 Est. Taxes Est. Rental Price Jul 2006 Price Oct 2005 Chg. 1 Year
Beach District 402,000 - - 406,000 380,000 5.8
Bloor West Village 320,000 2,600 1,450 260,000 260,000 23.1
Brampton / Bramalea   - - 242,500 219,000 -
Burlington   - - 205,000 198,500 -
Cabbagetown 464,000 - - 534,000 515,000 -9.9
Don Mills   - - 246,000 240,000 -
Downsview 193,000 1,500 1,800 193,000 187,000 3.2
Etobicoke - Islington / Kingsway 240,000 2,000 1,700 235,000 230,000 4.3
Etobicoke - North Etobicoke 290,000 2,300 2,000 288,000 278,000 4.3
Etobicoke - South Etobicoke 320,000 2,300 1,800 325,000 320,000 0.0
Forest Hill 900,500 - - 891,000 850,000 5.9
Leaside 355,000 3,400 2,600 355,000 350,000 1.4
Markham 300,000 2,964 1,600 300,000 280,000 7.1
Mississauga - Mississauga 226,000 2,300 1,600 225,000 217,500 3.9
Mississauga - Meadowvale / Streetsville 247,000 2,050 1,350 247,000 235,000 5.1
North Toronto 484,000 - - 442,500   -
Oakville 237,000 2,200 1,500 237,000 220,000 7.7
Richmond Hill 235,000 2,400 1,400 235,000 225,000 4.4
Riverdale / Cabbagetown   - - - - -
Scarborough - Agincourt 225,000 1,750 1,200 226,000 209,000 7.7
Scarborough - Central 185,000 1,500 1,250 180,000 204,000 -9.3
Scarborough - West Hill 195,000 1,700 1,250 192,500 185,000 5.4
Thornhill 235,000 2,600 1,400 235,000 225,000 4.4
Unionville 375,000 3,705 1,750 385,000 320,000 17.2
Waterfront 395,000 - - 304,000 290,000 36.2
Woodbridge 293,603 - - 293,026 264,977 10.8

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