What they sold for: Renovated home near Dofasco sells for $525,000

News Aug 17, 2021 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Here’s a look at some houses that sold locally in July and what they sold for.

GAGE AVENUE NORTH: $525,000

Address: 48 Whitfield Ave.

Nearest main intersection: Beach Road and Gage Avenue North

Asking price: $449,900

Selling price: $525,000

House size: 1,694 square feet

Lot size: 2,500 square feet

Taxes: $2,849 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 13

Closes: Aug. 18

Main Floor: Kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Three bedrooms, den

Third floor: Bedroom

Listing agents: Tobias Smulders, Re/Max Escarpment Realty

This tidily-renovated home, not far from Industrial Sector C and the steel mills, has high-end light fixtures, hardwood floors, modern tile in the kitchen and a roomy third-floor bedroom that could also be used as an office or den. The basement is unfinished, while the backyard has a deck and a shed.

The sellers live in Toronto and had purchased this home as an investment. Agent Tobias Smulders didn’t hold offers, but got two within three days and sold for just over $75,000 above asking.

BURLINGTON: $1.3 MILLION

Address: 537 Deerhurst Dr.

Nearest main intersection: Burloak Drive and New Street

Asking price: $1.15 million

Selling price: $1.2 million

House size: 2,000 square feet

Lot size: 6,235 square feet

Taxes: $5,464.00 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 19

Closes: Oct. 25

Main Floor: Foyer, raised family room, living/dining room, bathroom, eat-in kitchen

Basement: Recreation room, bedroom, laundry, utility room

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agents: Justin Brown and Hayley Redmond, Brown Real Estate Consultants

This home features a raised family room with a wood-burning fireplace, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom and a finished rec room and extra bedroom in the basement. The backyard, secluded by a thick hedge of cedars, has a raised deck and a large pool on a deep, pie-shaped lot. It’s located on a suburban street near Burlington’s border with Oakville.

The sellers lived in this home for 28 years, raising two boys who have since moved out. The owners are downsizing to a condo. It’s the first home for the buyers, who have a four-year-old boy and are “extremely excited” to move in, says realtor Justin Brown. “From what I’m told, they are looking to grow old in the home.”

ANCASTER: $1.359 MILLION

Address: 197 Longfield Cres.

Nearest main intersection: Lime Kiln and Mohawk roads

Asking price: $1.259 million

Selling price: $1.359 million

House size: 1,984 square feet

Lot size: 10,212 square feet

Taxes: $7,608 in 2021

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sold: July 13

Closes: Sept. 24

Main Floor: Living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, bathroom, laundry room

Basement: Recreation room, bathroom, bedroom

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, bedroom, ensuite bathroom

Listing agents: Colette Cooper, Royal LePage State Realty

This house, shielded from the street by some large trees, features ensuite bathrooms in both upstairs bedrooms, and a family room with vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. The backyard has an in-ground, heated, saltwater pool and a side patio. There’s also a two-car garage, and in the basement, an L-shaped family room that has plumbing for a future kitchen or wet bar.

Agent Colette Cooper says this “perfect executive couple’s house” was on the market for four days and had four offers before selling firm. The sellers have relocated, while the buyers are from the area, she said.

Compiled from information that is publicly available. Send recent home sales to home.sales.hamilton@gmail.com. Not all submissions can be used.

What they sold for: Renovated home near Dofasco sells for $525,000

A look at Hamilton home sale prices in July

News Aug 17, 2021 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Here’s a look at some houses that sold locally in July and what they sold for.

GAGE AVENUE NORTH: $525,000

Address: 48 Whitfield Ave.

Nearest main intersection: Beach Road and Gage Avenue North

Asking price: $449,900

Selling price: $525,000

House size: 1,694 square feet

Lot size: 2,500 square feet

Taxes: $2,849 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 13

Closes: Aug. 18

Main Floor: Kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Three bedrooms, den

Third floor: Bedroom

Listing agents: Tobias Smulders, Re/Max Escarpment Realty

This tidily-renovated home, not far from Industrial Sector C and the steel mills, has high-end light fixtures, hardwood floors, modern tile in the kitchen and a roomy third-floor bedroom that could also be used as an office or den. The basement is unfinished, while the backyard has a deck and a shed.

The sellers live in Toronto and had purchased this home as an investment. Agent Tobias Smulders didn’t hold offers, but got two within three days and sold for just over $75,000 above asking.

BURLINGTON: $1.3 MILLION

Address: 537 Deerhurst Dr.

Nearest main intersection: Burloak Drive and New Street

Asking price: $1.15 million

Selling price: $1.2 million

House size: 2,000 square feet

Lot size: 6,235 square feet

Taxes: $5,464.00 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 19

Closes: Oct. 25

Main Floor: Foyer, raised family room, living/dining room, bathroom, eat-in kitchen

Basement: Recreation room, bedroom, laundry, utility room

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agents: Justin Brown and Hayley Redmond, Brown Real Estate Consultants

This home features a raised family room with a wood-burning fireplace, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom and a finished rec room and extra bedroom in the basement. The backyard, secluded by a thick hedge of cedars, has a raised deck and a large pool on a deep, pie-shaped lot. It’s located on a suburban street near Burlington’s border with Oakville.

The sellers lived in this home for 28 years, raising two boys who have since moved out. The owners are downsizing to a condo. It’s the first home for the buyers, who have a four-year-old boy and are “extremely excited” to move in, says realtor Justin Brown. “From what I’m told, they are looking to grow old in the home.”

ANCASTER: $1.359 MILLION

Address: 197 Longfield Cres.

Nearest main intersection: Lime Kiln and Mohawk roads

Asking price: $1.259 million

Selling price: $1.359 million

House size: 1,984 square feet

Lot size: 10,212 square feet

Taxes: $7,608 in 2021

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sold: July 13

Closes: Sept. 24

Main Floor: Living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, bathroom, laundry room

Basement: Recreation room, bathroom, bedroom

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, bedroom, ensuite bathroom

Listing agents: Colette Cooper, Royal LePage State Realty

This house, shielded from the street by some large trees, features ensuite bathrooms in both upstairs bedrooms, and a family room with vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. The backyard has an in-ground, heated, saltwater pool and a side patio. There’s also a two-car garage, and in the basement, an L-shaped family room that has plumbing for a future kitchen or wet bar.

Agent Colette Cooper says this “perfect executive couple’s house” was on the market for four days and had four offers before selling firm. The sellers have relocated, while the buyers are from the area, she said.

Compiled from information that is publicly available. Send recent home sales to home.sales.hamilton@gmail.com. Not all submissions can be used.

What they sold for: Renovated home near Dofasco sells for $525,000

A look at Hamilton home sale prices in July

News Aug 17, 2021 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Here’s a look at some houses that sold locally in July and what they sold for.

GAGE AVENUE NORTH: $525,000

Address: 48 Whitfield Ave.

Nearest main intersection: Beach Road and Gage Avenue North

Asking price: $449,900

Selling price: $525,000

House size: 1,694 square feet

Lot size: 2,500 square feet

Taxes: $2,849 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 13

Closes: Aug. 18

Main Floor: Kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Three bedrooms, den

Third floor: Bedroom

Listing agents: Tobias Smulders, Re/Max Escarpment Realty

This tidily-renovated home, not far from Industrial Sector C and the steel mills, has high-end light fixtures, hardwood floors, modern tile in the kitchen and a roomy third-floor bedroom that could also be used as an office or den. The basement is unfinished, while the backyard has a deck and a shed.

The sellers live in Toronto and had purchased this home as an investment. Agent Tobias Smulders didn’t hold offers, but got two within three days and sold for just over $75,000 above asking.

BURLINGTON: $1.3 MILLION

Address: 537 Deerhurst Dr.

Nearest main intersection: Burloak Drive and New Street

Asking price: $1.15 million

Selling price: $1.2 million

House size: 2,000 square feet

Lot size: 6,235 square feet

Taxes: $5,464.00 in 2021

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: July 19

Closes: Oct. 25

Main Floor: Foyer, raised family room, living/dining room, bathroom, eat-in kitchen

Basement: Recreation room, bedroom, laundry, utility room

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agents: Justin Brown and Hayley Redmond, Brown Real Estate Consultants

This home features a raised family room with a wood-burning fireplace, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom and a finished rec room and extra bedroom in the basement. The backyard, secluded by a thick hedge of cedars, has a raised deck and a large pool on a deep, pie-shaped lot. It’s located on a suburban street near Burlington’s border with Oakville.

The sellers lived in this home for 28 years, raising two boys who have since moved out. The owners are downsizing to a condo. It’s the first home for the buyers, who have a four-year-old boy and are “extremely excited” to move in, says realtor Justin Brown. “From what I’m told, they are looking to grow old in the home.”

ANCASTER: $1.359 MILLION

Address: 197 Longfield Cres.

Nearest main intersection: Lime Kiln and Mohawk roads

Asking price: $1.259 million

Selling price: $1.359 million

House size: 1,984 square feet

Lot size: 10,212 square feet

Taxes: $7,608 in 2021

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sold: July 13

Closes: Sept. 24

Main Floor: Living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, bathroom, laundry room

Basement: Recreation room, bathroom, bedroom

Second floor: Primary bedroom, ensuite bathroom, bedroom, ensuite bathroom

Listing agents: Colette Cooper, Royal LePage State Realty

This house, shielded from the street by some large trees, features ensuite bathrooms in both upstairs bedrooms, and a family room with vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. The backyard has an in-ground, heated, saltwater pool and a side patio. There’s also a two-car garage, and in the basement, an L-shaped family room that has plumbing for a future kitchen or wet bar.

Agent Colette Cooper says this “perfect executive couple’s house” was on the market for four days and had four offers before selling firm. The sellers have relocated, while the buyers are from the area, she said.

Compiled from information that is publicly available. Send recent home sales to home.sales.hamilton@gmail.com. Not all submissions can be used.