PHOTOS: Most and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in May 2021
Published June 18, 2021 at 2:35 pm
Last month saw the number of new real estate listings in Hamilton dip, alongside average sale prices which saw a slight decrease in May.
According to a report by the Realtor’s Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) there were 1,811 sales of residential properties located within the RAHB market area — which includes Hamilton, Burlington, Haldimand and Niagara north — processed through MLS in May 2021.
While sales were down five per cent from April, they were up 90 per cent since May 2020, the report found.
New listings were down 14 per cent from the month previous and up 73 per cent as of last May.
The average price for residential properties was $843,468 which was down one per cent from last month and up 29 per cent from May 2020.
The inventory available at the end of the month was 0.6 per cent lower than last month.
“In May 2021, the RAHB market area saw a very slight decrease in sales and number of properties being listed as compared to April 2021,” said RAHB President Donna Bacher in the report.
“For the second month in a row, detached homes in the RAHB market area saw a slight decrease in average price even though statistically we are still well within a strong seller’s market.”
So, without further ado, here are the most expensive and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in May.
This North Hamilton home was listed for $399,900 and sold for $357,500. It featured five bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a spacious backyard and plenty of potential.
This updated bungalow in East Hamilton was listed for $379,900 and sold for $387,999. This two-bedroom, one-bathroom home located steps from Ottawa Street North featured a new kitchen and tastefully updated flooring throughout.
This Hamilton bungalow was listed for $425,000 and sold for $399,999. This two bedroom one bathroom home is located on a dead-end street within walking distance to Gage Park and featured hardwood floors throughout, a wood-burning fireplace, a hot tub and a fully fenced backyard.
This northeast Hamilton home was listed for $375,000 and sold for $410,000. It featured three bedrooms, one four-piece bathroom, a sizable rear yard and a bright open-concept layout.
This north end townhome was listed for $379,900 and sold for $425,000. This end unit, all-brick town featured three bedrooms and three bathrooms and oozed character with a ton of exposed brick wood beam ceilings throughout the house.
This home in Carlisle was listed for $2,578,800 and sold for $2,550,000. The estate featured four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a stunning chef’s kitchen, a professionally landscaped backyard oasis with an in-ground pool, high ceilings and a heated garage.
This Binbrook beauty was listed for $2,499,900 and sold for $2,780,000. This sprawling two-bedroom, four-bath bungalow is located on a huge rural property that features its own pond. It boasted a huge chef’s kitchen and bright open-concept design.
This Ancaster home was listed for $2,999,999 and sold for $2,825,000. This custom-built home featured four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a huge eat-in kitchen, a massive primary suite and tons of modern and luxurious upgrades throughout.
This Ancaster estate was listed for $3,199,000 and sold for $3,025,000. This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located in one of the most sought-after neighbourhoods in Hamilton and features a large kitchen with two oversized islands, two outdoor fireplaces, and plenty of luxury upgrades throughout.
This Stoney Creek stunner was listed for $3,288,000 and sold for $3,200,000. This waterfront home featured three bedrooms, four bathrooms, bright open-concept design, vaulted coffered ceilings, a new chef’s kitchen and breathtaking views of Lake Ontario.
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