These Scarborough houses sold for over asking price: $1.85 million in Morningside, $1.405 million in West Rouge


Location: 34 Creekwood Dr.,

Neilson Rd. and Oak Meadow Blvd.

Asking price: $1,688,000

Selling price: $1,850,000

Previous selling price: $395,000 (1997)

Size: about 2,000 sq. ft.

Lot: 90-by-188 feet, two-car attached garage, private drive

Taxes: $5,230 (2021)

Bedrooms: 4 plus 2

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: March 23/22. Closed: May 18/22.

In just one day, this detached bungalow sold for 110 per cent of its listing price.

“This home features an in-ground pool and a cabana on its ravine lot, and has a living room with a fireplace, and a primary bedroom with an ensuite,” says listing agent Leon Meslin.

The home is near shopping, restaurants, schools, a hospital, Centennial College, a GO station, public transit, and access to Hwy. 401.

34 Creekwood Dr.

Main floor: living room with fireplace and balcony walkout; formal dining room with large window; kitchen with ceramic floor and patio walkout; primary bedroom with walk-in closet and three-piece ensuite; three more bedrooms each with a closet; five-piece bathroom.

Finished basement: recreation room with fireplace, wet bar and patio walkout; games room with broadloom; fifth bedroom with broadloom; sixth bedroom with ceramic floor; five-piece bathroom.

Listing agents: Evelyn Truty and Leon Meslin, Forest Hill Signature Real Estate, Brokerage, 416 929-4343;


Location: 166 Brycemoor Rd.,

Port Union Rd. and Island Rd.

Asking price: $1,199,000

Selling price: $1,405,000

Previous selling price: N/A

Size: about 1,400 sq. ft.

Lot: 65-by-125 feet, one-car attached garage, private drive

Taxes: $3,714 (2021)

Bedrooms: 3 plus 1

Bathrooms: 2

Sold: March 22/22. Closed: April 21/22.

166 Brycemoor Rd.

This detached bungalow sold for 117 per cent of the asking price in six days.

“This home has hardwood floors throughout, and a lower level with a recreation room with a built-in bar and a separate entrance, which has the potential to be converted into an in-law suite,” says listing agent Joanne Bolte.

The home is near shopping, restaurants, schools, Rouge Beach, Rouge National Urban Park, Lake Ontario, public transit, and access to Hwy. 401.

166 Brycemoor Rd.

Main floor: living and dining rooms with broadloom over hardwood floors; kitchen with linoleum floor; three bedrooms each with a hardwood floor and closet;three-piece bathroom; four-piece bathroom.

Finished basement: bedroom with panelling, double closet and window; recreation room with parquet floor, panelling and built-in bar; separate entrance.

166 Brycemoor Rd.

Listing agent: Joanne Bolte, Royal LePage Connect Realty Brokerage, Brokerage, 416-722-8416;

What They Got is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based real estate writer, from information that is publicly available. Send recent homes sales to Not all submissions can be used.


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