PHOTOS: The most and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in July 2021
Published August 5, 2021 at 5:25 pm
The average price for a home in Hamilton in July saw a slight dip from June but a low inventory meant that prices were still well above what they were a year ago.
According to a report from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB), the average price for residential properties was $847,104 which was a decrease of two per cent from last month and up 22 per cent from July 2020.
There were 1,275 sales of residential properties located within the RAHB market area (which includes Hamilton, Burlington, Haldimand and Niagara North ) processed through the MLS last month.
The RAHB report notes that sales were down 20 per cent since June, and they were down 20 per cent since July 2020.
New listings were down 24 per cent since June and down 20 per cent since last July.
So what were people buying? Here’s a look at the most expensive and most affordable properties sold in Hamilton in July 2021.
This North End bungalow was listed for $310,000 and sold for $315,000. Besides being conveniently located close to schools, shopping, transit and major highways, the home featured two bedrooms, one bathroom and a spacious backyard with a ton of potential.
This downtown condo was listed for $349,000 and sold for $335,000. Located in one of the most iconic historic Hamilton highrises, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit featured newer appliances, tasteful decor, and a spacious open-concept living and dining area.
This spacious condo was listed for $375,000 and sold for $340,000. Aside from its ideal downtown Hamilton location, this unit featured two bedrooms and two bathrooms, den, balcony, in-suite laundry and breathtaking views of the bay.
This bright condo in Hamilton’s Red Hill neighbourhood was listed for $249,007 and sold for $351,500. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom (which, like the kitchen had been recently renovated) and a massive balcony with views of the nearby conservation area and the lake.
This East Hamilton condo was listed for $329,999 and sold for $351,750. This freshly renovated one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit came with a same-floor storage unit, guest parking and balcony in a secure, ideally located, quiet building.
This Flamborough estate was listed for $1,999,900 and sold for $2,025,000. This custom-built home boasts all the conveniences a modern family could ask for with a little historic charm thrown in. It featured four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two home offices, gourmet kitchen and a lush backyard with an in-ground pool that backs onto a ravine.
This rural homestead just outside of Waterdown was listed for $2.1 million and sold for $2,051,000. The home featured four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a massive outdoor oasis with a huge heated saltwater pool. The open-concept main floor boasted a modern chef’s kitchen, high ceilings and stunning woodwork and craftsmanship throughout.
This luxury bungalow in Ancaster was listed for $2,199,999 and sold for $2,100,000. It featured six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a big, bright chef’s kitchen, a massive primary suite, high ceilings and a basement walkout to a huge beautifully landscaped backyard shaded by mature trees. Located in one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods and steps to the Hamilton Golf and Country Club.
This country estate in Flamborough was listed for $2,199,905 and sold for $2,375,000. It boasted four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, high ceilings and a huge primary suite. The home is situated on 10 acres adjacent to conservation areas and boasts an in-ground saltwater pool and beautiful landscaping.
This Ancaster luxury home was listed for $2,899,000 and sold for $2,814,000. Aside from its convenient location close to all amenities, this castle-like home situated on a lush pie-shaped property featured six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a breathtaking gourmet chef’s kitchen, coffered ceilings, a stunning primary suite with a dream walk-in closet and ensuite.
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