This home in Hamilton just sold for under $450,000


Published January 31, 2023 at 2:39 pm

A home in Hamilton that recently sold for $450,000.

Bright blue is the colour of a newly minted homeowner in Hamilton saving some green.

In fact, one of the most affordable homes sold in Ontario during the first month is based in the Crown Point East neighbourhood of east Hamilton, according to aggregation by the real estate firm Zoocasa. The recently remodelled two-bedroom home at 141 Frederick Ave. sold for $440,000, which is about 70 per cent less than the going rate of about $744,000 to buy a house in the city these days.

The home’s exterior is eye-catching, and the yard is completely fenced in. On the inside, the living space is accentuated by a fireplace, modern lighting and a relatively open concept between the front room and kitchen. The main bedroom and the three-piece bathroom, replete with a tub, are on the main floor. The upstairs has a loft-style second bedroom.

The buyer’s purchase price was $29,000 less than the previous listing for the house. That $440,000 price tag was 22 per cent below the going rate of $538,333 in Crown Point East.

The home was sold by RE/MAX Escarpment Realty.

In terms of getting around without being wholly car-dependent, Zoocasa lists scores of 66 for biking, 58 for transit (“good”), and 56 for walkability (or “somewhat walkable”) for that area. It is also close to shopping at The Centre on Barton.

A sampling of the most expensive and most affordable homes sold in Ontario is available at

(Photos: Zoocasa, RE/MAX Escarpment Realty.)

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