The best looking virtual open houses in Toronto this weekend

Traditional open houses are currently prohibited due to the pandemic, but you can still tour a home virtually. Brokers have been using technology to make sure buyers can see every inch of a home through online open houses.

So far, virtual property showings are paying off as Toronto’s real estate market continues to boom, and some buyers are enjoying the ease of logging into various showings without leaving the couch. If you haven’t tried a virtual open house yet, check out these homes this weekend.

Lawrence Park

Where: 38 Douglas Avenue

When: April 23,24th, and 25th.

Price: 2,749,999

Why: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a walk to some of the best schools in the city, this impressive home on Douglas Avenue is worth a look if you’re in the market for something in the Lawrence Park North area. During this live stream, you can ask questions and interact with the agent to ensure the home is precisely what you are looking for.

North York

Where: 97 Burnett Avenue

Price: $3,599,000

When: April 23, 24, and 25 from 7 am to 11 pm

Why: This new home features classical architecture, a wine cellar, 4 + 1 bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a media room, landscaped gardens, and a central location in the heart of North York. With 5,700 square feet, you will have plenty of room to sprawl.

The Junction

Where: 812 Lansdowne Avenue

When: Apr 24, 12:45 pm – 1 pm

Price: $549,000

Why: This condo in The Junction Triangle has one bedroom, one bathroom, plenty of space, and storage within walking distance of shops, restaurants, cafes, and pretty much anything else you could want. The bonus with this condo is that for under one million, you can snag a piece of Toronto’s hot real estate. Agent Kevin Yu is showcasing this home on Facebook, where you can see all of the details.

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