Burlington does have a fair number of options in this price range. They are older (25 years +) condo townhomes with condo fees typically ranging around $250 to $400 per month. Most are 3 bedrooms, although sometimes a 4 bedroom will come up, and they usually have 1 full bathroom and 1 half bathroom. The townhomes in this bracket are found in the more mature neighbourhoods such as Pinedale, Tyandage, Mountainside and Aldershot.
Staying under $300,000, you are still looking at condominium style townhomes. There are a mix of older, updated townhomes and some newer, 2 bedroom options with lower condo fees. A freehold townhome under $300,000 is hard to find and it will typically be in rough condition.
The majority of Burlington's townhome market falls into this price category. In the low $300's, you are mostly dealing with condo townhouses, but as you start to get into the $330,000 range, there are more freehold towns to choose from and the size goes up to about 1,500 square feet...
Here you will find the larger floor plans (1,500 square feet and up) along with some higher end finishes or a premium lot (ravine, greenspace). Around $400,000, you start to see some of the smaller bungalow town and bunga-loft options in Millcroft area. The lower $400's also offer some executive style townhome options which tend to be larger, open concept with hardwood, granite and quality features
Most of Millcroft's popular bungalow townhome and bunga-loft options are found in the mid-$400 to upper $500,000 price range. They offer main floor master bedrooms and roomy floor plans. Also in this price range you will find some large (2,000 square foot plus) executive townhomes and from about $650 to the lower $800,000's, there are some high-end townhomes in Burlington's downtown core area.