How Unique is your Neighbourhood

Front View
3 Bedroom Backsplit

Recently I was asked “How’s the Real Estate Market?” Well that really does depend on where you live. The Real Estate market can very from city to city or from one town to the next. It can also vary within a specific community or neighbourhood within a town or city. Take for example this unique neighbourhood in Port Perry known as Perry Glen. Its a fantastic family friendly neighbourhood close to schools, parks and most amenities in town. Despite being a fantastic little neighbourhood it remains slightly below the average selling price in Port Perry, however that is quickly changing, just check out the statistics I ran for the Perry Glen neighbourhood:

Here are some Statics for the neighbourhood known as Perry Glen in the Historic town of Port Perry, Ontario: Perry Glen is a unique neighbourhood made up of 3 streets (Chester Crescent, Heath Crescent and Walsh Drive) Located on the west side of Port Perry just north of Queen St. The homes in this niche neighbourhood are either 2 Storey Homes or Back-splits and are either 3 or 4 bedrooms and pretty much all of the homes were built in the early 1980’s. It remains one of the more affordable little pockets in Port Perry for people looking for a great family friendly neighbourhood. You may have to act quickly as the average prices for this unique little pocket are on the rise. In 2011 & 2012 the average selling price was $341,000. Now if you compare that to the average selling price of 2013 & 2014 which is $384,900.

I have been involved with many of the sales in this neighbourhood over the years so if you would like to know more about this neighbourhood or you simply want to know more about your own unique neighbourhood please feel free to send me an email


sales representative

RE/MAX JAZZ Inc. Brokerage

21 Drew Street, Oshawa, Ontario

(905) 728-1600 or (905) 435-7355

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