Waterdown

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, Victorian village. People move to Waterdown for it’s affordable price and small-town atmosphere.
 
What's Here:
Easy access to the QEW, 407, 403 and Highway 6
Great Access to GO service (Aldershot GO Station)
Wetlands trails (with informational signage), Grindstone Creek & Grindstone Falls
Village Theater Waterdown
Waterdown Village
Clappisons Corners
 
Interesting Fact: The last operating saw mill (Slater's Lumber Mill) continued to produce lumber well into the 1970s. It was located along the Grindstone Creek behind the Knox Presbyterian Church at the corner of Mill Street North and Church Street. Today, only remote foundation ruins of the mills remain, although a lookout over the falls is in place.
 

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