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460 Upper Gage Avenue, Hamilton ON


460 Upper Gage Avenue, Hamilton ON

SOLD $449,900.00 - Bungalow
57.50 x 100(Imp.) Lot 3 Bdrm2 Bath Taxes 2016: $2952.00 Print this page

Welcome home to 460 Upper Gage Avenue in Hamilton’s east mountain! Beautiful bungalow, side entrance to a fully renovated basement with a full kitchen, bathroom and extra bedroom, fantastic lot and no lack of parking! Inside features 3 bedrooms with one full bathroom upstairs and large windows throughout. The large living room dining room combination off of the kitchen, is perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. The basement level features a separate entrance with an additional bedroom, fresh and modern décor with a separate kitchen! Head outside in the fully fenced yard and carport, perfect for those snowy winter months. No need to drive, this location is walking distance to parks, schools, grocery stores, restaurants and Jurvavinski Hospital. 3+1 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 separate entrances, great location…

Room Dimensions

Main Floor

  • Living room/Dining room - 18 ft ,6 in x 13 ft ,9 in
  • Master bedroom – 13 ft ,2 in x 10 ft ,8 in
  • Bedroom – 9 ft ,8 in x 9 ft ,2 in
  • Bedroom – 10 ft ,11 in x 7 ft ,9 in
  • Kitchen – 9 ft ,10 in x 8 ft ,10 in


  • Living room/Dining room – 26 ft ,1 in x 13 ft ,4 in
  • Bedroom – 12 ft ,4 in x 12 ft
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Community Information

Hamilton is home to the Royal Botanical Gardens, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, the Bruce Trail, McMaster University and Mohawk College. McMaster University is ranked 4th in Canada and 94th in the world by Times Higher Education Rankings 2015-16 and has a well known medical school. The Canadian Football Hall of Fame can be found downtown right beside Hamilton City Hall and across town to the east, the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats began playing at the new Tim Hortons Field in 2014, which was built as part of the 2015 Pan American Games. Possibly because of its diverse environment, numerous TV and film productions have been filmed in Hamilton, regulated by the Hamilton Film and Television Office. A growing arts and culture community garnered media attention in 2006 when the Globe and Mail published an article called “Go West, Young Artist” about Hamilton’s growing art scene. The article highlighted local art galleries, recording studios and independent film production. In 2001, the new city of Hamilton was formed. The Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth and its six local municipalities; Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook, Hamilton and Stoney Creek amalgamated. Before amalgamation, the “old” City of Hamilton was made up of 100 neighbourhoods. Today in the new megacity, there are over 200 designated neighbourhoods. [2] The first four neighbourhoods in Hamilton were Beasley, Central, Durand and Corktown.