5 most expensive homes sold in Hamilton for over 1 million
Published August 3, 2023 at 5:29 pm
The real estate market in Hamilton is standing strong despite the recent slowdown experienced by several large markets in the province.
Hamilton secured the 10th spot on the list of the ‘most competitive cities’ to buy a home and in June 2023, homes are now selling twice as fast compared to six months ago.
Here’s a look at the five of the most expensive houses that changed hands recently in Hamilton, as compiled by the real estate website Zoocasa
8 Ridgeview Crt:
This four-bedroom, six-bathroom luxury bungaloft boasts a livable space of 6,200 square feet. The massive property is located on a private street in Oakhill of Ancaster. The living room features an Indiana Limestone Fireplace wall and the kitchen has custom high-end appliances. This home has terraces that overlook a pool and the ravine. Listed for $3,299,000, the bungaloft sold for $3,500,000. The property also features an in-house theatre, a gym and a bar.
21 Blueheron Lane:
This newly renovated is situated on a spacious 1.4-acre lot backing onto the serene Bronte Creek. It boasts a livable space of 5,000 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The heart of this home is the kitchen, featuring a 48″ Wolf range, a subzero fridge, and quartz countertops. Additional highlights include a server and a walk-in pantry, providing ample storage. The primary bedroom overlooks the backyard and features a five-piece ensuite bathroom with marble floors, a custom vanity, and a walk-in closet. The property’s backyard boasts a saltwater pool, a hot tub, and an 18’x18′ pavilion with a wood-burning fireplace. This house was listed for $2,750,000 and sold for $2,643,000.
3 Gavin Dr:
This newly renovated, all-brick home sits over a 3/4 acre of land. With over 4,500 square feet of finished living space spanning across two floors, this home offers a 14 ft high vaulted entryway. This property boasts three bedrooms and five bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace and an additional sunroom with its own fireplace. The house was listed for $1,999,900 and sold for $1,950,000.
32 Meander Clse:
This ‘Cape Cod’ style home is situated on a half-acre in the town of Carlisle and backs onto farmland. With a livable space of 3,500 square feet, the property boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The family room boasts a vaulted ceiling, extra-large windows, and a brick wood-burning fireplace. Listed for $1,699,000, this house sold for a higher rate of $1,855,000.
33 Mountain Ave:
This two-and-a-half-storey century home, built in 1887, is nestled in the Kirkendall neighbourhood. The home’s historic charm is evident from the two large covered front porches. Originally a duplex, the home has been converted into a single-family residence, offering four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and 3,000 square feet of space. The layout includes formal living and dining spaces, a large patio, green space, and a fenced inground pool with a hot tub. Listed for $1,599,900, this property sold for $1,800,000.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising