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West Hamilton features several subareas and neighbourhoods and is situated just West of Burlington off highway 403.
It's Where You Will Find:
This neighbourhood includes trendy Locke St South that features quaint restaurants, boutique shops, professional offices and more. Popular with buyers relocating from major urban centers like Toronto seeking a highly walkable area that's familiar to them. This mature area features older character homes built in approximately the early 1900's with a variety of different architectural styles. There are also several historical buildings and designated heritage properties within this neighbourhood. Check out http://kirkendallhood.ca/ for more information about this neighbourhood.
This upscale area is one of Hamilton's oldest and most expensive Neighbourhoods. Here you will find homes of different architectural styles including Victorian and several buildings of historical importance. Visit http://historicalhamilton.com/durand/ for additional historical information about this neighbourhood.
Founded in the 1920's this Neighbourhood was one of the first planned communities in Canada. The Westdale Village shopping district on King St West a highly walkable area features numerous shops and restaurants. This area is popular among University and Hospital employees due to its proximity to McMaster University and McMaster Hospital. It's also popular among students seeking student rental housing close to the University. Learn more about Westdale here http://www.westdalevillage.ca/.
This sought after area has undergone recent gentrification and features Bayfront and Pier 4 Park. It's perfect for buyers with an active lifestyle who appreciate the waterfront area which has both pedestrian and bicycle trails. The neighbourhood is still relatively affordable and features older character homes including cottage style bungalows.
Hamilton AKA "The Ambitious City," "The Hammer"
A recent Moneysense article ranks Hamilton as one of Canada's Top Cities to buy Real Estate in ranking #7 out of 35 Cities.1 Also, according to REIN (Real Estate Investment Network), Canada's leading real estate research organization, Hamilton was named one of the top investment markets in Ontario. Hamilton ranked second out of 11 cities named in the report.2
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