Photos: Most and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in November 2021
Published December 3, 2021 at 2:02 pm
Last month, the Realtors’ Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported 1,199 sales of residential properties located within the RAHB market area through MLS.
This marks a decrease in sales of nearly ten per cent from October, and they were down three per cent since November 2020.
New listings also decreased by ten per cent since October and they were also down three per cent since last November.
The average price for residential properties was $911,673 which was a decrease of one per cent from last month compared to an increase of nearly 27 per cent from November 2020.
“This month we experienced fewer properties changing hands and fewer new listings coming to the market overall, which is not unusual as we move closer to the end of the year,” said RAHB President Donna Bacher.
“We have also never seen inventory this low as the level of active listings and months of inventory available continue to fall. We expect the same story in December which typically sees lower activity levels in general.”
Without further ado, here are some of the Hamilton properties that changed hands in November and what they sold for.
This newly renovated north Hamilton semi-detached home was listed for $299,900 and sold for $440,000. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom, a new roof, kitchen cabinets, appliances, and flooring throughout and a spacious private backyard.
This home located in north Hamilton was listed for $299,905 and sold for $375,000. It featured three bedrooms, one bathroom a spacious kitchen and a convenient location close to all amenities and downtown Hamilton.
This central Hamilton semi was listed for $339,900 and sold for $492,000. It featured four bedrooms, one bathroom, heaps of historic charm, a spacious and private back yard and big windows that let in a ton of natural light.
This central Hamilton home was listed for $349,000 and sold for $370,000. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom, an easy-to-maintain yard, plenty of storage and a finished basement with laundry and utility area.
This north Hamilton bungalow was listed for $349,900 and sold for $450,000. It featured three bedrooms, one bathroom, a big lot, private and fenced backyard and a very convenient location close to shopping and transit.
This grand home in Waterdown was listed for $1,999,900 and sold for $2,200,000. It featured four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a massive gourmet kitchen equipped with high-end appliances, a spacious primary retreat and all located on a big lot that backs onto green space.
This custom home in Ancaster was listed for $2,159,000 and sold for $2,050,000. It featured five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a spacious chef’s kitchen, coffered ceilings, a grand entryway with 20-foot ceilings and luxurious finishes throughout.
This rural Flamborough property was listed for $2,350,905 and sold for $2,425,000. It featured four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a backyard oasis with a huge in-ground saltwater pool, two ponds, and 10 acres of land to roam.
This Ancaster estate was listed for $3,199,997 and sold for $3,150,000. It featured three bedrooms, four bathrooms a breathtaking gourmet chef’s kitchen, an old-world library and a backyard paradise equipped with an outdoor kitchen and a lagoon-shaped saltwater pool.
This French chateau in Ancaster was listed for $4,499,000 and sold for $4,400,000. It featured four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a luxury chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, a home theatre and a resort-like backyard with a saltwater pool, hot tub and professionally landscaped gardens.
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