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Burnaby's most and least expensive homes sold last month

The most expensive single-family home in Burnaby sold for $3.25 million, while the least expensive apartment sold for $418,000.

Burnaby home sales are slowing as is common in early winter.

November saw 218 homes sold in Burnaby, according to statistics from

That's the lowest number since January, when there were only 125 homes sold.

May saw the most homes sold this year with 466 total sold.

This November, there were 37 detached homes sold, 38 townhomes sold and 143 apartments sold.

The median sold price was $810,000; the average was almost $1.03 million.

There were a range of homes on offer in the last month.

What were the most and least expensive? Read on.  

Most expensive detached home

The most expensive home sold last month was a 14-year-old “magnificent custom-built luxury home” at 4253 Price Cres.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home has a mountain view and “gourmet kitchen” and sits on a 8,748 sq. ft. lot. The home is 3,974 sq. ft.

It sold for $3.25 million after 78 days on the market.

Its assessed value is $3 million.

The cheapest detached home sold in Burnaby in November.

Least expensive detached home

A house with acreage at 8408 17th Ave. in East Burnaby sold for almost $1.42 million Nov. 29 and was the least expensive detached home sold in Burnaby in November.

With three bedrooms and one bathroom, the listing stated the home was laneway home approved.

The home has a 6,230 sq. ft. corner lot and a 892 sq. ft. home.

Its assessed value is $1.46 million.

The 68-year-old home sold after 28 days on the market.

The most expensive townhome sold in Burnaby last month.

Most expensive townhome

A duplex at 6889 Stanley St. in the Upper Deer Lake neighbourhood sold for $1.93 million on Nov. 10 after 17 days on the market.

It’s a new, 2,088-sq.ft. home, built in 2023, and does not yet have an assessment available on the BC Assessment website. The home next door, 6887 Stanley St., was assessed at $2.17 million.

6889 has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, with 10-foot-high ceilings on the main floor and the potential for an in-law suite.

The cheapest townhome sold in Burnaby last month.

Least expensive townhome

In Simon Fraser Hills at 201-9145 Saturna Dr., the least expensive townhome in November sold for $522,000.

The home is a corner unit with two bedrooms and one bathroom (1,040 sq. ft.) and features an open concept living room and balcony, according to the listing.

It was assessed for $513,000.

The 47-year-old home sold Nov. 18 after 73 days on the market.

The most expensive apartment condo sold in November in Burnaby.

Most expensive apartment

The most expensive condo was sold last month at Station Square in Metrotown at 1607-6000 McKay Ave.

It sold for almost $1.36 million on Nov. 27 after 33 days on the market.

The three-bedroom, two-bath home is one year old and is 1,118 sq. ft. 

The listing says the home has views of the city, mountains and Deer Lake and has amenities including a rooftop courtyard with a barbecue and fireplace, a fitness centre, yoga studio and sauna. 

The home was assessed at $1.3 million.

The least expensive apartment sold in November in Burnaby.

Least expensive apartment

Up on Burnaby Mountain at SFU, the cheapest apartment was sold at 315-9250 University High St. for $418,000.

The 11-year-old, 532-sq.ft. home with one bedroom and one bathroom was on the market for 61 days and sold Nov. 20.

The listing notes it is located in a quiet and convenient area of campus.

It was assessed for $407,000.