Condos for Sale in Kingsway South

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Kingsway South Condo Values & Trends


Current Asking Prices in Kingsway South
$ 906,175
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 736/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 1,232 FT2
Based on 4 active listings
Current Rental Prices in Kingsway South
$ 3,050/month
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 3.32/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 918 FT2
Based on 2 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Kingsway South


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Kingsway South

Based on 41 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
1 BED Condos $264,000714 = $369/ $372,666748 = $498/ $435,000794 = $548/
1 BED+DEN Condos $315,000649 = $485/ $532,611716 = $744/ $658,000761 = $864/
2 BED Condos $420,0001084 = $387/ $911,2141398 = $652/ $1,521,0002001 = $760/
2 BED+DEN Condos $377,5001047 = $360/ $1,002,4081413 = $709/ $1,530,0001550 = $987/
3 BED Condos $1,325,2001948 = $680/ $1,325,2001948 = $680/ $1,325,2001948 = $680/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Kingsway South

A bit of a Toronto secret, Kingsway South is an exclusive, secluded neighbourhood bordering the Humber River that is easily comparable to the ‘hoods of Rosedale and Forest Hill. If you take a walk through Kingsway South, you’ll wind your way through quiet streets lined with large colonial homes, sprawling lawns, and soaring trees. With a variety of Toronto condos available near Old Mill and along Dundas Street West, it offers an affordable escape from the noise of downtown Toronto in a picturesque setting.

Largely residential, the Kingsway South neighbourhood does offer some mixed-use commercial areas along Bloor Street and Dundas West, where you’ll find a variety of little shops, restaurants, and cafes, as well as professional services and fun local hotspots like the Kingsway Theatre. For more shopping basics, Humbertown Shopping Centre is just a short trip north, or you can head west along Dundas Street to Cloverdale Mall. When it comes to finding condos for sale in Etobicoke, the buildings along Bloor Street, often mixed-use low and mid-rise condos, are ideal for anyone wanting an entrance into the neighbourhood. With close access to the rest of the city by car or subway, these Etobicoke condos combine the convenience of a well-connected urban residence with the natural peace and calm of the Humber Valley and Park Lawn cemetery.

Speaking of the neighbourhood being well-connected, there are two Bloor line subway stations at Royal York and Old Mill, plus bus service along Dundas Street West to High Park. For drivers, Royal York Road provides a straight route north and south to Eglinton Avenue and The Queensway.