Welcome to 221 Balmoral Ave N!
Offering Vintage charm in one of Hamilton’s most trendy and desirable areas (Ottawa St ranked 2nd in “Best Streets in Canada” by the Canadian Institute of Planners).
From the aesthetically pleasing front porch, the great layout with well maintained natural wood floors and trim, to the private front & rear parking with carport, this charming 3 bedroom double brick / vinyl home is sure to check off a lot of boxes. Other highlights include a newer roof (2020), updated electrical / windows / plumbing, large backyard and unfinished basement with side entrance.
With a walkability score of 82 this home is perfect for those who like to live and shop locally.
Dont miss your chance to start building your future here.
Detached 2 Storey
25 X 101 FT
2 Spots - Front Drive & Rear Carport
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Queen Mary – JK-8 Regular Trac
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A.M. Cunningham – G1-5 French 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?
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?
Holy Name of Jesus – JK-G8 Regular Track
Holy Name of Jesus Cathloic Elementary School’s original date of construction was in 1964 with a population of 761 students. During the early 70’s Holy Name of Jesus School housed three different school communities. In 1971-72 St. Columba students attended until their new school was constructed. In 1972-73 St. Patrick students attended while their school was being renovated. In 1973-74 St. Anthony of Padua students attended until their new school was completed. During these years many classes were accomodated in various ways.
Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Elementary School also acted as a Mission Church for the community. Sunday Masses were held in the school and the community members were able to break bread together. During the 70’s Holy Name of Jesus School library was open during the summer for students in the school. Students borrowed books throughout the summer to help them maintain and improve their literacy skills. Students in 1980 planted the two big trees in the front yard, one to commemorate the death of Terry Fox and the other to promote World Peace. Students past and present continue to work hard at reaching out to others in the community. Want to learn more?
St. Eugene – G1-G8 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?
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?
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?
Cathedral High School – G9-12 Regular & 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?