Least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in October


Published October 13, 2023 at 7:02 pm

Least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in October
Courtesy: Niagara Realty Ltd.

Hamilton’s housing market has been steady since the summer months and shows similar trends in the fall, according to a report by the Realtors® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB).

The average home price decreased by 0.7 per cent this year in year-over-year comparisons and as of September 2023, the average sold price for homes in Hamilton is $776,819.

Specifically, detached homes have seen an increase in average price by 1 per cent year-over-year, reaching $851,000.

Semi-detached and townhouse properties have also shown a positive trend, with their average price increasing by 1.4 per cent year-over-year to $693,000.

Additionally, condo apartments have experienced a 2 per cent yearly increase in their average price, now at $505,000.

Zoocasa, a real estate website curated a list of reasonably priced homes in Hamilton that have recently been sold.

59 Beach Rd:

This two-bed, two-bath house has a livable space of 1,500 square feet. It features a spacious living room, a kitchen, and a private backyard with a new deck. The top floor has two bedrooms and a sitting area. The space is located with easy access to QEW. The property was listed for $399,000 and sold for $465,000.

126 Robert St:

This 1 bed, 1 bath semi-detached home has been transformed, blending classic and modern living. The open-concept layout has a livable space of 700 square feet and connects the kitchen, dining, and living areas. The new deck leads to a private outdoor loft area that offers ample storage. The home has quick access to amenities, cultural hotspots, parks, and public transportation just steps from your door. The property was listed for $449,900 and sold for $430,000.

262 Cope St:

This newly renovated 2-bedroom home boasts a new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a spacious living area with a vaulted ceiling. With a livable space of 1,100 square feet, the house also has an outdoor shed and a backyard. The property was listed for $455,000 and sold for $475,000.

132 Lottridge St:

This newly renovated two-bed bungalow boasts a livable space of 1,100 square feet. It features an eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a new bathroom, and a fenced-in backyard. The property is close to schools and recreational centers in the area. It was listed for $499,900 and sold for a higher price of $535,000.

22-900 Limeridge Rd E:

A three-bed, two-bath townhouse condo offers a livable space of 1,199 square feet. The interior showcases upgrades, including new engineered hardwood flooring and baseboards on both the main and second floors. It also has a finished basement with ample storage space. Listed for $ 529,900, this property sold for $515,000.

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