A Weekly Recap of West Rouge Real Estate: December 11th-17th, 2023

Weekly Recap of West Rouge Real Estate: December 11-17, 2023


Greetings, and Welcome Back!

Hello, and thanks for joining me once again for our weekly dive into the vibrant world of West Rouge real estate. This time, I’ve got a special treat for you – you’ll actually get to see my face as we explore the happenings in the region, including Centennial. This week, spanning from December 11th to the 17th of 2023, promises some interesting insights into the local real estate scene. So, let’s jump right in and take a closer look!

1. New Listings: A Holiday Hiatus

First things first – new listings. Well, it seems that this week, the real estate market in West Rouge decided to take a breather, much like the Pittsburgh Penguins on a Saturday game – a total goose egg, nada, zero new listings. It appears folks are already in holiday mode, diverting their attention away from house hunting. Lesson learned: listing your property this close to the holidays might not be the best idea.

2. Price Changes: Spotlight on 155 Colonel Danforth Trail

Now, onto the price changes. Our spotlight today is on 155 Colonel Danforth Trail, a detached gem with a new price tag of $1.399 million, up from $1.199 million. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this uniquely designed house caught my eye, despite potentially being held back by its Lawrence-facing backyard. A property worth considering, in my opinion.

3. Houses Off the Market: 142 Mayberley Crescent

Next up, let’s discuss the homes that have been taken off the market. One notable mention is 142 Mayberley Crescent, a detached original beauty originally priced at $899,000 but removed from the market at $1.045 million after 79 days. Three bedrooms, three washrooms, and, unfortunately, a single car garage asking for over $1 million. A bit of a stretch, wouldn’t you say?

4. Sold Conditional Houses: A Quiet Week

This week, the sold conditional houses segment is remarkably quiet – zero activity to report. However, we do have a successful sale to discuss. 119 Sunny Slope, a detached property initially priced at $1.075 million, sold for 93% of its asking price. A two-bedroom, two-bathroom dwelling, it spent 13 days on the market before finding its new owner.

5. Still On the Market: Current Snapshot

Concluding our weekly recap, let’s take a quick glance at the properties still on the market. 21 Hills and 10 Centennial 11 in West Rouge remain available for purchase, with prices ranging from $630,000 to $3.179 million. The average days on the market have increased to 47.

In Conclusion: A Festive Farewell

And that wraps up our West Rouge real estate roundup for this week. I’ll catch you again – well, maybe next week. However, considering the timeline, it might be Boxing Day rather than Christmas Day. Regardless, I wish you a Merry Christmas, happy holidays, and season’s greetings. Now, go back to whatever you were doing – play outside, enjoy the festivities, and I’ll see you later. Bye for now!