The Ancaster Meadowlands are contained by the Lincoln Alexander Parkway (LINC) and Highway 403 to the north, Garner Road to the south, Stone Church Road to the east, and Southcote Road to the west. The Meadowlands is both one of the wealthiest, and one of the most ethnically diverse neighbourhoods within the City of Hamilton.
The Ancaster Meadowlands contains a power centre with over 30 stores, inspiring choices for both young and old. You can enjoy a movie at the Cineplex Cinemas, grab a coffee and browse books at Chapters, take the kids to McDonalds, engage your inner crafter at Michaels or become a member of the Ancaster Costco, just to name a few of the exciting things to keep you occupied in the Ancaster Meadowlands.
If you are feeling hungry and don’t have time to cook, there are many restaurants and places to grab a quick bite in the Meadowlands Power Centre, Kelsey’s Neighbourhood Bar and Grill, Jack Astors, Booster Juice, as well as Tim Hortons and Swiss Chalet.
For those who enjoy cooking a meal at home Sobey’s is open 24 hours a day to satisfy your hunger whatever time it may hit – and with online ordering, you can order from home and pick up your groceries when they are ready.
Ancaster Meadow Elementary School is located at 93 Kitty Murray Lane, Tiffany Hills Elementary School at 255 Raymond Road and Holy Name of Mary Catholic Elementary School is located at 161 Meadowlands Boulevard.
If you are interested in a property in this area, please search here for the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and here for the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board to confirm the schools in your catchment.
The Meadowlands contains many parks and green spaces for you and your family to enjoy a summer picnic or a friendly game of baseball. Meadowlands Park contains two soccer fields, a tennis court, running track, playground and a baseball diamond. Kitty Murray Park contains a baseball diamond and playground. Moorland Park contains a playground. Definitely more than enough green space in the Meadowlands!
Beside the Cineplex Cinemas is the Corporal Nathan Cirillo Leash Free Dog Park where your furry friends can enjoy the freedom of the large green space.
The Ancaster Meadowlands is a thriving community with easy access to both the Lincoln Alexander Highway (LINC) and Highway 403 making it a haven for commuters.
For those who do not commute or are looking for a greener way to travel, the Meadowlands Bus Terminal is located in the Meadowlands Power Centre with four routes and one shuttle service from this location.
Interested in buying or selling a home in the Ancaster Meadowlands, contact Andrea Harley-Maddox, Real Estate Broker, Re/Max Escarpment Realty Inc., Brokerage at 905-296-0734 or visit www.ReadytoMove.info