Stonegate-Queensway Condo Values & Trends


Current Asking Prices in Stonegate-Queensway
$ 545,657
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 633/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 862 FT2
Based on 7 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Stonegate-Queensway


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Stonegate-Queensway

Based on 25 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
1 BED Condos $325,000571 = $569/ $325,000571 = $569/ $325,000571 = $569/
1 BED+DEN Condos $313,500614 = $510/ $415,241741 = $560/ $460,000740 = $621/
2 BED Condos $357,500729 = $490/ $522,044944 = $553/ $815,0001290 = $632/
2 BED+DEN Condos $550,0001274 = $432/ $666,6661222 = $545/ $850,0001315 = $646/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Stonegate-Queensway

Nestled alongside the Humber River from Bloor Street down to the Gardiner Expressway, Stonegate-Queensway is a two-neighbourhood combo between the Humber Bay area and Sunnylea. Largely suburban, the area also offers much to catch the attention of nature-lovers, while access to The Queensway, Islington, and Bloor Street gives a vibe of urban convenience to these condos for sale in Etobicoke.

Since the 1980s, the area has seen a lot of new development to transform from an industrial sector into a thriving residential neighbourhood. Toronto condos line the Lake Shore where once a row of old motels used to stand, and a lot of new box stores like IKEA, Costco, and Winners have sprung up along The Queensway. Woven within the residential streets of the neighbourhood from Islington Avenue to the Humber River there are many schools and small shopping plazas. For more shopping, professional services, or a bite to eat, Sherway Gardens and Cloverdale Mall are not far from the area, a quick drive or transit trip. And for some time spent outdoors, residents can visit King’s Mill Park, South Humber Park, plus the Humber Bay waterfront.

For trips in and out of the city, the south side of this Etobicoke neighbourhood has bus routes along The Queensway that connect with the Humber Loop streetcar, while in the north the Bloor-Danforth subway line stops at Royal York and Islington Stations. For drivers, the Gardiner Expressway is very close and the fastest choice to get into Downtown Toronto.