2,5,6,7,9,10,14,18 Cadeau Terrace London Ontario
2,5,6,7,9,10,14,18 Cadeau Terrace is an adult orientated townhouse & townhome community in Byron, Warbler Woods neighbourhood of London Ontario. Most of these one-floor condominium townhomes have a double car garage and some back on to green space or a ravine.
Cadeau Terrace in London consists of eight townhouse and townhome enclaves which is an ideal location for nature lovers, golf enthusiasts and for those who travel and would like a safe upscale neighbourhood to live.
Depending on the Cadeau Terrace address, you have variety from detached to attached, some have walkouts, some have decks and some have everything you would ever need in a one-floor residence with someone else to cut the grass and shovel the snow!
A very well maintained area, easy access to shopping, services and downtown London located off of Commissioners Road West.
2 Cadeau Terrace 75 Units
These one-floor ranch/bungalow residences are 1700 square feet on the main floor, and most units have a finished basement and a small private courtyard. This complex did not skimp on green space, trees, shrubs and exterior finishes. Note: The residences at 2 Cadeau do not have a rear deck or back entrance door or a patio door.
- In 2019, four units sold from $350,000 to $490,000
- In 2018, one sold $440,000
- in 2017, seven sold from as low as $340,000 and up to $431,000
5 Cadeau Terrace 48 Units
These 1500+ square foot one-floor condominium townhouses have a double car garage, and the maintenance and care are quite evident and have a private courtyard. Note: The residences at 5 Cadeau do not have a rear deck or back entrance door or a patio door.
- In 2019, one sold for $535,000
- In 2018, two sold, one for $370,000, the other $420,000
- In 2017, three sold, from $320,000 to $415,000
6 Cadeau Terrace 13 Units
These 13 detached one-floor condominiums do not come up for sale very often. Eleven residences have two car garages and the other two, a single car garage. Five of the units have a walkout onto a ravine!
- In 2019, two sold, one for $460,000 and the other for $580,000
- In 2018, no sales recorded on MLS
- In 2017, one sold for $316,500
7 Cadeau Terrace 34 Units
Called ‘Warbler Ridge,’ these 34 adults orientated condominiums have a combination of double and single car garages
- In 2019, two sold, one for $417,900 and the other for $425,000
- In 2018, three sold from $332,000 to $380,000
- In 2017, three sold from $307,719 to $370,000
9 Cadeau Terrace 39 Units
These condominium residences have a combination of double and single car garages, a few with a walk out.
- As of December 18 2019, three have sold ranging from $385,000-$495,000
- In 2018, one sold $497,000
- In 2017, four sold from $319,900 to $351,000
10 Cadeau Terrace 9 Units
All nine detached townhomes back onto a ravine
- As of December 18, 2019, no sales have been recorded
- In 2018, one sold $437,000
- In 2017, no sales recorded on MLS
14 Cadeau Terrace 36 Units
These detached condominium townhomes are one-floor residences that are highly sought after, some back onto a ravine for that extra privacy.
- As of December 18, 2019, two have sold for $450,000 and the other for $520,000
- In 2018, no sales recorded on MLS
- In 2017, one sold $355,000
18 Cadeau Terrace 43 Units
These detached condominium townhomes are one-floor residences that are highly sought after, seven of them back onto a ravine for that extra privacy.
- As of December 18, 2019, one unit has sold for $485,900
- In 2018, two sold, one for $394,000 & the other, $351,000
- In 2017, four sold, starting at $329,900 to $379,900
As you can see, the Cadeau Terrace condominium residences have increased in price as has all similar properties throughout London Ontario and area. To build a similar home in 2019, you are looking at a minimum of $100,000 or more if lucky.
What Else Is For Sale In Byron in London Ontario? All the condos & houses currently listed for sale on MLS in Byron.
Selling? How Easy Is It For Buyers To See Your Home?
When putting your house or condo in London and area up for sale, have you thought about how and when buyers will see your home?
If possible, schedule showings in the same way that is used by a majority of the homes in your area. This may be by special appointment or by a lockbox system. Remember that this will be the buyer’s first contact with your home, and it should set a positive tone.
Make the buyer and their Realtor feel welcome. Be as flexible on timing as possible. The buyer may be viewing many homes over a large area. (The average buyer sees 4-9 homes before making a decision)
Being flexible is very important and while inconvenient or disruptive at times, when a buyer is willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for your home, be flexible.
If you wanted to buy a car on a Thursday afternoon but one of the dealerships is closed, would you go someplace else? Or, you are in London with your family for the weekend only and some homes you would like to see you cannot because the home seller is too busy or tired? ( True story, a $550,000 house and the seller was too busy & did not have the time to keep the house tidy!) By the way, that house did sell eventually, 1 month later for $529,900!
I can recall instances in which the seller came to the door in a hostile way and demanded to know why we were 5 minutes late. Last weekend my clients and I got to a house that we had made an appointment to see (11:30 AM to 12) and we got there at 11:55 AM and the man in the house ranted and raved that we were disrupting his day and yadda, yadda! We left, never even left the hallway and by the way, in this very vibrant housing market, the house has been on the market 51 days! Hmmmmm! I wonder why?
Many people have a strong reluctance to intrude or bother other people. Remember that the decision to buy a home can be emotional & stressful, you most likely feel the same way when you are selling your home.
I tell my sellers and my buyers, one of the reasons I have less hair on my head (bald), is let me take the stress and worry, that’s why you are paying me!