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238 Kensington Ave. N

238 Kensington Avenue North, Hamilton

Sold | Listed for $535,000 / Sold for $500,000 in 16 days 🔥🔥

Property Details

Welcome to 238 Kensington Ave N!

This charming, solid brick home has been lovingly maintained by the same owners for 51 years! Located just steps away from the trendy Ottawa St shopping district, major shopping areas, parks, schools, and more, this home is in a convenient and desirable location. Offering 1314 square feet above grade over 2.5 levels, this spacious home has plenty of room to spread out. The basement has a side entrance, laundry, and 3pc bath, adding to the convenience and functionality of the home. Additionally, this home has a kitchen and living room on the second floor, making it a great investment opportunity (buyer to verify). Several quality upgrades have been made to this home over the past few years, including a new roof (10 years old), copper water line, owned water heater (2 years old), exterior concrete (2 years old), most windows (dates unknown), Carrier furnace and more. Outside, you can enjoy a newly poured concrete patio, a decent size back yard, and parking for 2 cars. Don’t miss your chance to own this well cared for family home in a desirable location. With its spacious layout, potential for 2 units, and quality upgrades, it’s the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Schedule your visit today!








property type



19.54 FT x100.20 FT

lot size

Lane/Alley, Private Double Wide





age of home

Full size, Partial Finish, Separate Entrance, Walk-up


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