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215 Summerhill Ave, Hamilton

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You just know it when you feel it.  That feeling of being HOME.  That’s what this gem of a house feels like the minute you walk in. It has been owned by the same family since the builder handed over the keys in 1950!  Any detail you want to know is available to you.

Maintained with extraordinary pride and updated with the utmost care, this 3-bedroom, double brick home is everything a family could need and more.  Carpet covers the original hardwood on the main floor and stairs.

A well-built addition with a full basement expanded the original Hanover kitchen and added a main floor primary bedroom.

Trendy barn doors in the kitchen cover ample storage space in the pantries that flank your coffee bar on the south wall.

A true Hamilton treasure, the finished basement includes sentimental touches:  Accents from reclaimed wood and bricks taken out of downtown Hamilton buildings that were demolished decades ago.

The dining room leads to a newly re-done rear deck overlooking the tranquil backyard with its mature, beautifully landscaped fish pond. The fish and resident turtle are staying! This water feature is a peaceful respite from long days at work and a refreshing place to dip your feet on hot summer days.

A French well for drainage sits under the newly rebuilt gazebo, where you will doubtless enjoy a glass of wine with friends as soon as it’s safe to have friends over.

The DIY enthusiast will be in tool-shed heaven in the 20 x 28 detached, insulated garage with hydro, heat, and central vac. The walls are 7 feet high, and there is plenty of attic storage up top.  Built-in cupboards, shelving, and workspaces make this a deluxe, out-of-the-ordinary garage.

 A few key updates: Roof-2016; Windows-2009; Kitchen & Main bath-2016; Composite deck-2020; most appliances 3-5 years old. Rear addition & detached garage are about 40 years old.  This house comes with no worries.

3

bedrooms

2

bathrooms

1360

sqft

1.5 Storey

property type

$4,003

taxes/year

39.99 x 96.70 ft

lot size

Double Garage & 4 Spots on Driveway

parking

Hamilton

neighbourhood

71

age of home

Fully Finished

basement

Walk Score

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Schools

Viscount Montgomery    JK-G8 – Regular Track

Officially opened on April 18th, 1953, Viscount Montgomery Elementary was publicized as “the most modern school in North America” and the largest single-story school in Hamilton. Rich with history, Viscount Montgomery is an exciting east end JK to Grade 8 school of approximately 350 students with a committed, dedicated staff, where the focus is on Literacy and Numeracy. Viscount has a full range of extra-curricular activities. The school is supported by an excellent Home and School association. Want to learn more?

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A.M. Cunningham   G1-5French Immersion

A.M. Cunningham offers a unique educational environment as a dual track school, where both English and French Immersion programming is offered to students. Located in the east end of Hamilton, close to Delta Secondary School, A. M. Cunningham School provides a rich history and culture to our students and community, having been built in 1929. Want to learn more?

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W.H. Ballard   G6-8 – French Immersion

When constructing the new Ballard School, the Hamilton Board of Education has established a worthy memorial to the work of Dr. W. H. Ballard, M.A. L.L.D., in whose honour it has been named. As the largest public school in Canada, the Board of Education deemed it most fitting that it should bear the name of one who was not only a well-known citizen of Hamilton, but also one of the most distinguished educationalists of Canada. Want to learn more?

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St. Eugene    G2-8 – French Immersion

On September 5th, 1951, workmen were still busy completing floors and installing electrical equipment as St. Eugene School opened its doors at 9:00 a.m. to 169 students who lived south of Dunsmure Road. In 2005, St. Eugene School, now a French Immersion school, has almost tripled in student population and grown in size. Today 476 students sit in 19 classrooms. Want to learn more?

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Sir Winston Churchill    G9-12 – Regular Track

Sir Winston Churchill Secondary is a composite high school with a current enrolment of approximately 750 students. The “Home of the Bulldogs” was built in 1967 and we proudly offer a wide variety of exciting and rewarding programs both in and out of the classroom to prepare our students for their futures. Want to learn more?

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Sherwood High School    G9-12 – French Immersion

Our school has a long-standing tradition of offering excellent educational programs supported by wonderful co-curricular clubs, sports and teams. We offer a broad spectrum of educational programs, which includes one system level Developmentally Delayed classrooms and both Junior & Senior Graduated Support programs which prepare higher functioning Special Needs students for the greatest level of independent living after completing their secondary school experience.  Want to learn more?

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Bishop Ryan   G9-12 – Regular Track

Bishop Ryan High School was built to ease the overcrowding of existing separate secondary schools. The first of its locations on Queenston road was officially opened on April 16, 1959. Due to further over-population, they moved to another location on Albright Road, and then more recently to their location on Rymal Road East. Want to learn more?

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Cathedral High School    G9-12 – French Immersion

At Cathedral High School, we enjoy an over 100-year tradition of providing a high quality Catholic Education to our students according to our school motto: Probitas et Scientia – Goodness and Knowledge. As the first Catholic High School in Hamilton, our school has a rich tradition of excellence and a host of distinguished graduates who have made lasting contributions to our society both here in Canada and throughout the world. Want to learn more?

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