Explore some of Hamilton's most popular communities.
$150,000 - $2,500,000
One of the most sought after neighbourhoods in Hamilton, the southwest stretches from James Street to Cootes Paradise. Walking distance to downtown, it includes the diverse neighbourhoods of Durand and Kirkendall. The southwest is best known for trendy Locke street (filled with bistros, shops and salons) and the Chedoke Golf and Country Club.
Durand contains possibly the largest concentration of early 20th century castles and mansions in Canada, Historically home to Hamilton's "industrialists" Durand housed the families whose names graced the signs of...
Westdale was Canada’s first planned community. Begun in the 1920’s, It was intended to be a self sufficient community, and remains so today, with banks, grocery store, schools, library, theatre and shopping all located at the centre of the neighbourhood in the quaint shopping district of Westdale Village.
The unique street layout ensures a walkable, aesthetically pleasing community, full of tree lined streets curving through neighbourhoods in a distinctive oval pattern. Houses range in size and styles, including Tudor-inspired...
Bordered by Gage to the east, Kenilworth to the West, Burlington to the north and the escarpment to th south, Crown Point is the westernmost part of what is now known as the East End. The East End was originally rural land belonging to Barton and Saltfleet Townships. The City of Hamilton annexed tha area in sections in the first half of the 20th century.
Crown Point is a vibrant lower town community in the midst of a renaissance. Best known for the Ottawa Street Fabric & Textile district and antique alley. Featuring everything from smaller starter homes, to larger 2-1/2 story brick...
One of Hamilton’s oldest neighbourhoods, Corktown is bound by James Street South to the west, Main Street to the north, Wellington Street to the east and the Niagara Escarpment the South. Corktown received its name from County Cork in the south of Ireland, ans was the major embarkment point for many Irish Canadians.
Most homes are built closely together from the unique red brick still found in the area. Today, Corktown is home to approximately 7,500 residents.
Perched atop the Niagara Escarpment, just east of Highways 5 & 6 (Clappisons Corners) Waterdown is bordered by Flamborough to the North, Dundas to the West, and Burlingon to the East. Waterdown became part of Hamilton in the 2001 amalgamation. Previously Waterdown was considered part of East Flamborough Township.
Waterdown is one of Hamilton’s fastest growing communities, with 1,130 New homes built from January 2008 to June 2013, and they haven’t stopped building! The majority of new homes are single detached homes & urban towns.
Today Waterdown is a masterful blend of new-town development and old-world charm, the ebb and flow of everyday life is made simple in this picturesque...
Located on the Niagara Escarpment west of Hamilton, Ancaster is one of five communities absorbed by the city of Hamilton in 2001. Ancaster mixes old town atmosphere with new home neighbourhoods, and is known for it’s manyluxurious homes and the quaint stone village at its core.
Founded in 1793, Ancaster is one of the oldest European communities established in Ontario and has a rich industrial, agricultural and military history. In the age before electricity, the abundance of streams and creeks in Ancaster were a valuable source of energy.