PHOTOS: The cheapest -- and most expensive -- homes sold in Hamilton

 

While things have slowed down in the real estate market over the past few months, there's still a lot happening that's worth taking note of.

Penelope Graham, the managing editor with real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa, says that the Realtor's Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) recorded 955 transactions in the Hamilton-Burlington-Haldimand-Niagara region in November, a number that is down from the two months previously, it's up by 5.5 per cent year over year.

"Combined with fewer new listings coming to market, the uptick in sales has further tightened the gap between supply and demand, putting additional pressure on home buyers competing for popular listings," Graham said in a press release.

According to a RAHB report, 1,014 homes were listed across the markets they track, "resulting in a sales-to-new-listings ratio of 93 per cent, indicating the majority of available inventory is trading hands," Graham said.

The same RAHB report found that average home price also rose on an annual basis to $591,334.

So, while the market may seem slower, sellers are in a good position to move their property should the need or want arise.

Here are some of the most affordable and most expensive homes to have sold across Hamilton in November.


Most Affordable

80 Beaver Lane


This cosy little home in Freelton was listed for $129,900 and sold for $90,000. It boasts two bedrooms one bath and plenty of charm in 800 sq. ft. There's parking enough for three cars and a massive backyard that backs on to green space.


57 12th Conc Road E #705


This edgy property is located in a year-round adult cottage resort community on the outskirts of Hamilton was listed for $135,000 and sold for $130,000. It features one bedroom and one bathroom in an immaculate setting.


1085 19th Conc Road W #97


This 850 sq. ft. home was listed for $149,900 and sold for asking. This little gem in Flamborough is also located in a resort setting but this one is family-friendly. This spacious three-bedroom, one-bath residence is located on the ridge with immense green space to the rear and access to the Bruce Trail.


150 Charlton Ave E #3201


This condo in an iconic Hamilton building was listed for $219,000 and sold for $210,000. This one-bedroom, one-bath, 432 sq. ft. condo features a fabulous, unobstructed view from the 32nd floor of the City, Bay and Lake Ontario.


2373 King Street E #43


This lovely East End condo was listed for $234,900 and sold for $215,00. It features one bed and one bath and open concept living in just over 550 square feet. One of the highlights of this unit is its large west-facing balcony.


Most expensive

216 Valleyview Dr.


This gorgeous home was listed for $1,499,999 and sold for $1,480,00. The amazing custom built 4+1 bedroom, 5 bath estate in the heart of Ancaster features a ton of high-end upgrades, a three-car garage and an incredible oasis in the backyard with an in-ground pool and waterfall.


1662 Concession 4 Road W


This country estate was listed for $1,499,000 and sold for $1,300,000. This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located at the end of a long tree-lined driveway on a 25-acre property. The stunning stone house boasts 3200 sq. ft. of living space and plenty of upgrades.


36 Seabreeze Crescent


This lakefront bungalow was listed for $1,490,000 and sold for $1,380,000. This sprawling home situated on over 70 Ft of Lake Ontario boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 3000 sq. ft. of luxurious living space.


35 Silver Maple


This beautiful custom-built home was listed for $1,299,000 and sold for just over asking at $1,300,000. It features four bedroom and 3.5 bathrooms, with luxury upgrades in almost every room of this 4,000 sq. ft. bungalow.


58 Markland Street 


This spectacular Century Tudor-style home was listed for $1,369,000 and sold for $1,300,000. It's located on a coveted street located in the heart of the Durand Heritage neighbourhood and features 7 bedrooms and 3 + 1 bathrooms. This home was built in 1900-1905 by Stewart Whitten Architects for W.J. Southam, Esq. and features 4,835 square feet of character and history with some modern upgrades.

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