Including: North Riverdale, South Riverdale, Blake-Jones and Greenwood-Coxwell
In the second quarter of 2016 only 39 houses (or 16%) in North and South Riverdale, Blake-Jones and Greenwood-Coxwell were sold under asking. A detached house on Coxwell received 91% of the asking price - the lowest. 18 properties sold for full asking price, with the least expensive, a freehold townhouse in south Riverdale, selling for $550,000, and the most expensive, a detached home in North Riverdale, for $1,700,000. 184 houses were sold above asking, between 101% and 147%.
The highest amount of money paid over the listing price was $516,000, paid for a 2-storey, beautifuly renovated, modern and sleek detached home in Leslieville. Another renovated 3-storey semi-detached home in prime Riverdale received $376,000 more than the listing price.
42 attached houses (freehold townhouses) sold at an average price of $863,004. The selling prices ranged from $550,000 for a very narrow 2-storey townhouse in the southermost part of Leslieville, to $1,320,000 for a 2-year old modern and stylish townhouse at Queen and Broadview. Average ratio of sold to list price was 111% (from a low of 94% to a high of 136%).
129 semi-detached homes were sold at an average price of $887,762, ranging from $600,000, paid for a fresh looking semi with parking near Coxwell north of Gerrad, to $1,525,000 for a renovated 3-storey semi with lane parking in prime Riverdale. Average ratio of sold to list price was 116% (from 92% to 146%).
65 detached houses were sold at an average price of $1,121,174, ranging from $600,000 for a small dilapidated house on a fairly small lot, which was sold for lot value, to $1,900,000 for a large contemporary loft residence in south Leslieville. Average ratio of sold to asking price was 112% (between 91% and 147%).