A Jonquil Court home that sold for $2.3 million was the priciest residential real-estate transaction in Abbotsford in 2019. Bob Edwards photo/bobedwards.ca

A Jonquil Court home that sold for $2.3 million was the priciest residential real-estate transaction in Abbotsford in 2019. Bob Edwards photo/bobedwards.ca

VIDEOS: The five most expensive homes sold in Abbotsford in 2019

A Jonquil Court house that sold for more than $2 million was the priciest home to change hands

Here are the five most-expensive homes sold in Abbotsford through Dec. 5, 2019, according to Assessment BC.

Figures from the rest of December are not yet available.

5. 2453 Eagle Mountain Dr. Sale price: $1,680,000

6,000-plus square-feeet. Five bedrooms; four bathrooms.

Video (from 2014):

4. 35298 Hibiscus Crt. Sale price: $1,710,000

5,600-plus square feet. Five bedrooms; four bathrooms.

3. 29798 Gibson Ave. Sale price: $1,900,000

4,203 square feet. Three bedrooms; three bathrooms.

29798 Gibson Avenue, Abbotsford for Mike Braun from Cotala on Vimeo.

2. 2196 Orchard Dr. Sale price: $2,110,000.

7,306 square feet. Four bedrooms; three bathrooms.

2196 Orchard Drive Abbotsford | Andrew Bracewell from Cotala on Vimeo.

1. 2434 Jonquil Crt. Sale price: $2,275,000

6,345 square feet. Five bedrooms; six bathrooms.

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VIDEOS: The five most expensive homes sold in Abbotsford in 2019

VIDEOS: The five most expensive homes sold in Abbotsford in 2019

VIDEOS: The five most expensive homes sold in Abbotsford in 2019

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