Photos: Most and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in December 2021

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Published January 14, 2022 at 1:26 pm

The final month of 2021 brought no surprises in terms of real estate in the Hamilton area as prices for most properties, particularly for those that are detached, continue to climb.

According to a report this month from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB), the average detached home sold for $924,223 in Hamilton.

The same report noted that prices saw an increase of two per cent from November 2021 and an increase of 27 per cent from December 2020.

The reason we’re still seeing prices soar, experts say, is because the demand for homes continues to outstrip inventory.

With that in mind, here’s some of what changed hands in December in Hamilton and what these properties sold for.


Most affordable

142 Glendale Ave. N.

RE/MAX ESCARPMENT GOLFI REALTY INC.

This semi-detached home was listed for $379,900 and sold for $420,000. This newly renovated home featured two bedrooms, one bathroom, new flooring throughout and tons of recent upgrades to windows, electrical and appliances.

80 Mcanulty Blvd.

RE/MAX ESCARPMENT REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

This north Hamilton bungalow was listed for $399,900 and sold for $437,500. It featured two bedrooms and one bathroom and a whole heap of unrealized potential.

22 Oliver St.

RE/MAX ESCARPMENT GOLFI REALTY INC.

This 1.5-storey home in the north end of Hamilton was listed for $349,900 and sold for $451,000. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom, updates throughout that highlight some of the home’s original character, and a nice sized, fenced-in backyard.

97 Evans St.

RE/MAX ESCARPMENT REALTY INC.

This home in central Hamilton was listed for $379,900 and sold for $480,000. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom and a fully renovated interior and a carport big enough for two cars.

58 Margaret St.

RE/MAX ESCARPMENT REALTY INC.

This row house in downtown Hamilton was listed for $347,700 and sold for $491,000. This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is located right in the middle of all the action and while it needed a little TLC, it contained plenty of possibilities.


Most expensive

7 Shippee Ave.

RIGHT AT HOME REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

This home near the 50 Point Conservation Area was listed for $1,799,999 and sold for $2,000,000. It featured four bedrooms and six bathrooms (four of which are ensuites), a grand foyer with two-storey ceilings, hardwood floors throughout and a ton of high-end finishes.

28 Harrington Place

ROYAL LEPAGE STATE REALTY, BROKERAGE

This Ancaster bungalow was listed for $1,995,000 and sold for $2,255,000. It featured three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a huge gourmet kitchen, an inground pool, sunroom and executive office.

7 Berkshire Pl.

EXP

This stunning Ancaster property was listed for $2,499,900 and sold for $2,443,400. Located on a gated cul-de-sac, the home featured two bedrooms, five bathrooms, a massive chef’s kitchen, breathtaking architecture and high-end finishes throughout.

57 Seneca Ave.

HOMELIFE PROFESSIONALS REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

This custom-built home on the central mountain was listed for $2,499,999 and sold for $2,480,000. It featured four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a bright, gourmet kitchen, a backyard oasis with an inground pool and an open concept design with a breathtaking modern aesthetic.

56 Palomino Dr.

ROYAL LEPAGE MEADOWTOWNE REALTY

This grand Carlisle estate was listed for $3,695,000 and sold for $3,430,000. It featured five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a Muskoka-like backyard setting with a large inground pool, a huge gourmet kitchen and a grand family room with a sweeping stone fireplace.

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