Affordable and Luxurious Houses for Sale in Toronto: Grab Yours Now

Housing is one of the most critical priorities of one’s life. In your list of investments, accommodation comes second next to health. But, today, housing isn’t that cheap. Or even if it is reasonable, it might lack some or significant luxury items one wants or might even need. But what if you can get a luxurious house that fits your pocket too? Well, there are some luxurious houses for sale in Toronto, and that too for a price that will fit your mind and pocket as well.

Here’s how you can get one for yourself…

First, you need to have a good knowledge of the neighborhood where you can get such cheap but luxurious houses. Some of these neighborhoods are:

  1. Downsview – Roding

Average price – $895,214

  1. Black Creek

Average price – $ 895,215

  1. Rockcliffe-Smythe

Average Price – $783,140

  1. Weston

Here also the average price is close to Rockcliffe Smythe

  1. Malvern

The average price is approx $752,290

  1. Rouge 

The price is similar to Malvern

  1. Woburn

The price is here approximately $742,620

  1. Bendale

The price here is the same as Woburn

  1. Morning Side

The price is here just like Bendale and Woburn.

  1. Thistletown-Beaumond Heights

Approx rate – $ 732,850

  1. Rexdale Kipling

Rate is similar to Thistletown – Beaumond Heights.

  1. Claireville and WestHumber

The price range touches the same bar as Rexdale Kipling and Thistletown Beaumond Heights.

  1. Georgina 

Price bar – $590,255

  1. Clarington

Price –$585,562

Some other cheaper locations after this are Brock, Oshawa, Essa. The lowest price as recorded for Essa is $547,970.


There is not such a best time when it comes to buying a house, but if you want a home in Toronto, people often suggest that you buy it in or near the winters.  The reason that stands tall for this is the supply and demand during this time of the year.  Generally, January is the most appropriate time to purchase a house in Toronto. The reason being that not many people are interested in real estate investment and buying homes during winters and that too during or after holidays.

If you also don’t want to get disturbed and step out during your holidays

Then, early spring and summers could be another best suited time for you to do so. The reason is that the days are longer and the weather is also better.

People don’t put up houses for sale during the winter sessions of the year, but if someone is doing so, it simply means that there must be some urgency to sell it, and the seller can’t afford to wait for long til the following season. 

This gives high chances to the buyer as the seller will try to seal the deal as soon as possible and will try to provide as many answers to the buyer as possible to please them.

 So there’s no more reason to lay back and not think of getting your hands on your dream home. You’re just a step away. Just find the perfect opportunity and grab it. I hope you soon get a roof your heart approves of!

Heron Nelson

Heron is a business blogger with a focus on personal finance and wealth management. With over 7 years of experience writing about financial topics, Heron has established herself as a trusted voice in the personal finance space. She has a deep understanding of financial concepts and strategies, and is able to explain them in a relatable and actionable way for her readers.