The Hamilton MLS real estate map you’ve been looking for

According to MLS, our new Foothills of Winona development is in Stoney Creek. But good luck trying to find that on an MLS map. We figured if we were having troubles visualizing the MLS areas, so were home buyers. That’s why, with some help from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington, we made our own map. Check it out!

 

Our map of MLS real estate areas in Hamilton

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Hamilton West, in real estate terms, runs from Hamilton Harbour in the north to the bottom of the escarpment in the south, and from the Dundas border in the west to James Street in the east. It includes the neighbourhoods of Ainslie Wood, Westdale, Strathcona, Kirkendall, Durand, Central, and North End West.

Hamilton Centre, according to the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington, is to the east of Hamilton West and runs from the harbour in the north to the escarpment in the south. Its western border is James Street and eastern border is Kenilworth Avenue. It includes the neighbourhoods of Corktown, Beasley, Landsdale, North End East, Gibson, Stipley, St. Clair, Blakely, Stinson, Crown Point, Delta and McAnulty.

Hamilton East, in real estate speak, is just east of Hamilton Centre. Its northern border is Lake Ontario and southern border is the bottom of the escarpment. Its western edge is Kenilworth Avenue. Its eastern edge follows Gray Road from the lake to Hwy 8 and Centennial Parkway from Hwy 8 to the escarpment. Its neighbourhoods are Parkview, McQuesten, Bartonville, Glenview, Nashdale, Lakely, Grayside, Kentley, Greenford, Red Hill, Vincent, Gershome and Riverdale.

Stoney Creek, in real estate terms, runs from the lake in the north all the way up onto the escarpment, ending just south of Rymal Road. To the west, above the escarpment, its border is the Upper Red Hill Parkway. Below the escarpment, its western edge is Gray Road and Centennial Parkway. Stoney Creek’s eastern edge, both above and below the escarpment, is the Niagara Region border. Neighbourhoods below the escarpment include Old Town, Fruitland and Winona. Above the escarpment, its neighbourhoods are Heritage Green, Vinemount and Tweedside.

Hamilton Mountain, according to the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington, runs from the top of the escarpment in the north to the Glanbrook border in the south, and the Ancaster border in the west to upper Stoney Creek in the east. There are more than 30 neighbourhoods on Hamilton Mountain, including Gilkson, Rolston, Inch Park, Ryckmans, Quinndale, Lisgar, Sherwood and Raleigh.

 

DiCenzo Homes has been building beautiful futures across Hamilton since 1952. We’ll be breaking ground on our latest development in Winona (technically “Stoney Creek” on the MLS map) in early 2017.

 

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