The cheapest detached houses in Canada’s 7 biggest cities

Bargain hunters, take note. Here are a few fixer-uppers.


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1. Toronto: $239,900
159 Symes Rd.—A gutted wreck with no bedrooms or bathrooms or exterior siding|

2. Montreal: $170,000
11750 Ave. Bellevois—2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, mostly hardwood flooring

3. Vancouver: $538,000
1862 Marine Dr.—2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

4. Calgary: $169,000
23 Doverdale Mews SE—“Brand new carpet”

5. Edmonton: $114,900
12231 93 St.—No details given, you’re buying it for the land

6. Ottawa: $151,500
38 Boyce Ave.—Unfortunately, no access to existing house due to flood plain

7. Quebec City: $159,000
176 Ave. Bélanger, Les Rivières—3 bedrooms, “needs some repair”

Listings as of mid-May 2012.

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The cheapest detached houses in Canada’s 7 biggest cities

  1. Calgary – “Brand new carpet”

    Was someone murdered there?

  2. Toronto – no bathroom or bedrooms – was somebody protesting the long form census?

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