Condos for Sale in Lawrence Park North

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Lawrence Park North Condo Values & Trends


Current Asking Prices in Lawrence Park North
$ 449,000
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 682/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 658 FT2
Based on 1 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Lawrence Park North


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Lawrence Park North

Based on 5 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
1 BED Condos $374,900675 = $555/ $405,950662 = $613/ $437,000650 = $672/
1 BED+DEN Condos $778,000979 = $794/ $778,000979 = $794/ $778,000979 = $794/
2 BED Condos $598,000872 = $686/ $647,550996 = $650/ $697,1001120 = $622/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Lawrence Park North

One of Toronto’s original pre-planned garden suburbs, Lawrence Park has become known as the wealthiest Midtown neighbourhood in the city, according to a 2011 article in Canadian Business magazine. Despite its close proximity to Yonge Street, the residential streets are surprisingly quiet and peaceful, but that does not mean you can’t zip over to Yonge and Avenue Road to enjoy countless commercial amenities. The Lawrence Park North area centers around Yonge Street near Bedford Park, with several Toronto condos nestled nearby the Lawrence subway station.

It’s an ideal location for homeowners who want a good mix of natural green space, low rolling hills and winding streets, with a strong urban city sense. There are many parks in the area, including the Don Valley Golf Course and Sunnybrook Park, ideal for jogging and cycling. The intersection of Lawrence and Avenue is a fine place to find shops, restaurants, and services, while the strip just north of Yonge and Lawrence offers boutique shops, delicious dining, and fun entertainments.

With a condo in Lawrence Park North, you’ll find many easy ways to get around the city, from convenient subway access at Lawrence Station to bus routes along Lawrence and Avenue Road. For drivers, the roads are open for easy access to the Allan, the 401, and the Don Valley Expressway.