What they sold for: Hamilton/Burlington’s most expensive home in August sold for $3.3 million

News Sep 16, 2020 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Homes in Stoney Creek, Flamborough and Burlington were among the most expensive sold by local realtors last month, with the area’s priciest home sale in Burlington for $3.3 million. Another property in Burlington and one in Flamborough took the second and third spots regionally, and fetched somewhere between $2.49 million and $3.3 million, said Kathy Della-Nebbia, president of the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington.

In Hamilton proper, the top three sales were in Flamborough and Stoney Creek, and ranged in price between $2.35 million and $2.6 million. Della-Nebbia says the Stoney Creek property was likely a large home in proximity to the lake or the escarpment. Referring to the sales in Flamborough: “These properties priced on the higher end are usually brand-new builds or farms with many acres.”

The three most affordable homes sold in the area in August, ranged between $80,000 and $130,000, with two located in Flamborough and one in Dunnville.

“The two Flamborough properties were more than likely mobile/modular properties within a lease land park, and the property within Dunnville was most likely a recreational property on or near Lake Erie or the Grand River,” she said.

Here’s a look at a couple houses that sold locally in August, and what the sellers got.

BINBROOK: $680,000

Address: 67 Pumpkin Pass

Nearest main intersection: Binbrook Road and Fall Fair Way

Asking price: $639,900

Selling price: $680,000

House size: 1,640 square feet

Lot size: 3,508 square feet

Taxes: $3,815 (2020)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: Aug. 17

Closes: Nov. 26

Main Floor: Foyer, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Master bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two other bedrooms, laundry room, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

This home was being sold by its original owners, who “meticulously cared for” it until its recent sale, according to its listing. The main floor has an open-concept living room and kitchen with an island; the master suite boasts two closets; and the garage includes a wall-mounted racking system and overhead rack for extra storage.

The former owners of this house held off offers for five days after going live on MLS. After receiving six offers on presentation night, the home sold firm for $40,100 over the asking price.

FLAMBOROUGH: $1,024,000

Address: 961 Concession Rd. 6 W.

Nearest main intersection: Concession Road 6 West and Brock Road

Asking price: $990,000

Selling price: $1,024,000

House size: 2,678 square feet

Lot size: 1,825,839 square feet

Taxes: $2,542 (2020)

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 2

Sold: Aug. 21

Closes: Nov. 27

Main Floor: Sunroom, dining room, kitchen, living room, laundry room, family room, bathroom

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Six bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

With more than 40 acres of roaming space, including wetlands and forest, this massive rural lot has privacy coupled with some stunning views. The large garage includes a car hoist, and on the main floor there is a four-season sunroom with doors out to a large deck, overlooking a pond and manicured lawn.

The sellers received two offers a day after listing the property, and spent a late night negotiating until accepting a conditional offer that was firmed up in the following days, says the Woolcott team.

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: Hamilton/Burlington’s most expensive home in August sold for $3.3 million

The three most affordable homes sold in the area in August, ranged between $80,000 and $130,000, with two located in Flamborough and one in Dunnville.

News Sep 16, 2020 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Homes in Stoney Creek, Flamborough and Burlington were among the most expensive sold by local realtors last month, with the area’s priciest home sale in Burlington for $3.3 million. Another property in Burlington and one in Flamborough took the second and third spots regionally, and fetched somewhere between $2.49 million and $3.3 million, said Kathy Della-Nebbia, president of the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington.

In Hamilton proper, the top three sales were in Flamborough and Stoney Creek, and ranged in price between $2.35 million and $2.6 million. Della-Nebbia says the Stoney Creek property was likely a large home in proximity to the lake or the escarpment. Referring to the sales in Flamborough: “These properties priced on the higher end are usually brand-new builds or farms with many acres.”

The three most affordable homes sold in the area in August, ranged between $80,000 and $130,000, with two located in Flamborough and one in Dunnville.

“The two Flamborough properties were more than likely mobile/modular properties within a lease land park, and the property within Dunnville was most likely a recreational property on or near Lake Erie or the Grand River,” she said.

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Here’s a look at a couple houses that sold locally in August, and what the sellers got.

BINBROOK: $680,000

Address: 67 Pumpkin Pass

Nearest main intersection: Binbrook Road and Fall Fair Way

Asking price: $639,900

Selling price: $680,000

House size: 1,640 square feet

Lot size: 3,508 square feet

Taxes: $3,815 (2020)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: Aug. 17

Closes: Nov. 26

Main Floor: Foyer, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Master bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two other bedrooms, laundry room, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

This home was being sold by its original owners, who “meticulously cared for” it until its recent sale, according to its listing. The main floor has an open-concept living room and kitchen with an island; the master suite boasts two closets; and the garage includes a wall-mounted racking system and overhead rack for extra storage.

The former owners of this house held off offers for five days after going live on MLS. After receiving six offers on presentation night, the home sold firm for $40,100 over the asking price.

FLAMBOROUGH: $1,024,000

Address: 961 Concession Rd. 6 W.

Nearest main intersection: Concession Road 6 West and Brock Road

Asking price: $990,000

Selling price: $1,024,000

House size: 2,678 square feet

Lot size: 1,825,839 square feet

Taxes: $2,542 (2020)

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 2

Sold: Aug. 21

Closes: Nov. 27

Main Floor: Sunroom, dining room, kitchen, living room, laundry room, family room, bathroom

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Six bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

With more than 40 acres of roaming space, including wetlands and forest, this massive rural lot has privacy coupled with some stunning views. The large garage includes a car hoist, and on the main floor there is a four-season sunroom with doors out to a large deck, overlooking a pond and manicured lawn.

The sellers received two offers a day after listing the property, and spent a late night negotiating until accepting a conditional offer that was firmed up in the following days, says the Woolcott team.

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: Hamilton/Burlington’s most expensive home in August sold for $3.3 million

The three most affordable homes sold in the area in August, ranged between $80,000 and $130,000, with two located in Flamborough and one in Dunnville.

News Sep 16, 2020 by Saira Peesker Hamilton Spectator

Homes in Stoney Creek, Flamborough and Burlington were among the most expensive sold by local realtors last month, with the area’s priciest home sale in Burlington for $3.3 million. Another property in Burlington and one in Flamborough took the second and third spots regionally, and fetched somewhere between $2.49 million and $3.3 million, said Kathy Della-Nebbia, president of the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington.

In Hamilton proper, the top three sales were in Flamborough and Stoney Creek, and ranged in price between $2.35 million and $2.6 million. Della-Nebbia says the Stoney Creek property was likely a large home in proximity to the lake or the escarpment. Referring to the sales in Flamborough: “These properties priced on the higher end are usually brand-new builds or farms with many acres.”

The three most affordable homes sold in the area in August, ranged between $80,000 and $130,000, with two located in Flamborough and one in Dunnville.

“The two Flamborough properties were more than likely mobile/modular properties within a lease land park, and the property within Dunnville was most likely a recreational property on or near Lake Erie or the Grand River,” she said.

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Here’s a look at a couple houses that sold locally in August, and what the sellers got.

BINBROOK: $680,000

Address: 67 Pumpkin Pass

Nearest main intersection: Binbrook Road and Fall Fair Way

Asking price: $639,900

Selling price: $680,000

House size: 1,640 square feet

Lot size: 3,508 square feet

Taxes: $3,815 (2020)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sold: Aug. 17

Closes: Nov. 26

Main Floor: Foyer, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Master bedroom, ensuite bathroom, two other bedrooms, laundry room, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

This home was being sold by its original owners, who “meticulously cared for” it until its recent sale, according to its listing. The main floor has an open-concept living room and kitchen with an island; the master suite boasts two closets; and the garage includes a wall-mounted racking system and overhead rack for extra storage.

The former owners of this house held off offers for five days after going live on MLS. After receiving six offers on presentation night, the home sold firm for $40,100 over the asking price.

FLAMBOROUGH: $1,024,000

Address: 961 Concession Rd. 6 W.

Nearest main intersection: Concession Road 6 West and Brock Road

Asking price: $990,000

Selling price: $1,024,000

House size: 2,678 square feet

Lot size: 1,825,839 square feet

Taxes: $2,542 (2020)

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 2

Sold: Aug. 21

Closes: Nov. 27

Main Floor: Sunroom, dining room, kitchen, living room, laundry room, family room, bathroom

Basement: Unfinished

Second floor: Six bedrooms, bathroom

Listing agent: Drew Woolcott, RE/MAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc.

With more than 40 acres of roaming space, including wetlands and forest, this massive rural lot has privacy coupled with some stunning views. The large garage includes a car hoist, and on the main floor there is a four-season sunroom with doors out to a large deck, overlooking a pond and manicured lawn.

The sellers received two offers a day after listing the property, and spent a late night negotiating until accepting a conditional offer that was firmed up in the following days, says the Woolcott team.

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