Even the experts aren’t sure when (or if) London’s red-hot housing market will cool. The combination of high demand, low supply and bidding wars are driving prices through the roof. The average London-area sale price is nearly $650,000 but more and more often there are homes selling here for more than $1-million. Reporter Calvi Leon has pulled together a list of seven-figure homes on the market right now:
WHERE: Grosvenor Street
NEIGHBOURHOOD: In the heart of downtown London, between Richmond and St. George streets. Minutes from University Hospital, nearby parks, Western University, and the Thames River.
DETAILS: This three-storey heritage house, built in 1904, has four bathrooms and five bedrooms. The lower level contains an apartment finished with two bedrooms, two dens, a kitchen and renovated bath. Two sunrooms, two staircases to all levels, three fireplaces, a porch, and a fenced yard with a large deck are also included.
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LISTING AGENT: Sherry…