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745 Mud Street East, Stoney Creek

Sold | Listed for $749,900 / Sold for $925,000 with 3 offers 🔥🔥

Property Details

Country living close to the city!

This beautiful 3 bed, 2 bath bungalow is bright, open concept, and situated on a large 76 x 250 lot (just under half acre). Featuring an oversized double garage (with 3rd door leading to the back yard), hardwood floors, large newer windows and a separate entrance to the sprawling unfinished basement.

Other recent updates include fresh paint (2022) and new roof in 2019.

Don’t miss your opportunity to move to the country!








property type



75.98 x 250 FT

lot size

Double Garage & Driveway


Stoney Creek



age of home

Fully, Partially Finished


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Tapleytown Public School – JK-8 Regular Track

Tapleytown Public School has a long history in the neighbourhood. The original school was built entirely from stone, and measured 32 x 40 feet in 1881, it was a one-teacher school up until 1952. Throughout the years there have been many additions made for classrooms, gymnasium & washrooms, the most recent addition was in 1966. Want to learn more?

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École Élémentaire Michaëlle Jean – JK-8 French Immersion

Opened in the 2016 in the former Bellmoore Public School location in Binbrook. Want to learn more?

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Our Lady of the Assumption – JK-8 Regular Track

The original Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Elementary School opened on December 2, 1962. In 2015, the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School was awarded $11.9 million in capital funding for a new 599-capacity school in the Summit Park neighbourhood south of Rymal Road. Students and staff moved into the new 5,736 m² state-of-the-art school on Fletcher Road in Hannon on April 30, 2018. Want to learn more?

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St. Eugene – SK-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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Saltfleet High SchoolG9-12 Regular Track

Saltfleet has a student population of 1225 that is increasing annually as residential homes continue to be built in the area. Saltfleet is also one of only two secondary schools in Canada with a fully operational Observatory! Want to learn more?

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Sherwood High SchoolG9-12 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 High SchoolG9-12 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 SchoolG9-12 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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