Bordered by Wentworth Street South to Sherman Ave South. Between Main Street East to the Escarpment. The St. Clair neighbourhood is a desirable and sought after area by young families, creatives, nature lovers and professionals. This mostly residential area showcases historic homes, unique architecture and mature trees. St. Clair’s appeal extends beyond its physical beauty, as it’s mostly quiet and has a friendly community feel.
Each house seems to tell a story, reflecting the individuality and creativity of its inhabitants. This eclectic architecture creates a picturesque streetscape, where every corner offers a visual delight. 2 Storey, 2.5 Storey, Tudor and Victorian style homes, built in the early 1900’s, are the most common type of home found in this neighbourhood. The streets are broad, full of character and charm, making it a dream come true for those who value the harmony of nature, creativity, and urban convenience in their daily lives.
HOMES IN THE ST. CLAIR NEIGHBOURHOOD:
You definitely have options! Only a few minutes drive to Highway 403. Very close to the Hamilton GO Centre as well as access to the HSR Transit system.
Highly walkable location. For groceries, entertainment, exercise or leisure, it’s all close by.
Nature & Recreation
St. Clair and the surrounding area has plenty to offer such as:
- Lifesavers Park
- Wentworth Escarpment stairs
- Hamilton Rail Trail and Bruce Trail
There are a few schools located in the surrounding area.
Elementary: Adelaide Hoodless & Elementary School Catholic Notre Dame
Secondary: Bernie Curtis Secondary & Cathedral High School
Kudos to Cathedral’s basketball program. I’ve been extremely impressed by the skills of the athletes during games against my son’s high school team.
If you are interested in a specific 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.
There are plenty of options for dining, shopping and entertainment. Here are some options that are walking distance or just a few minutes drive away:
Within walking distance:
- Gage Park
- No Frills Grocery Store
- Shoppers Drug Mart
- Jimmy Thompson Memorial Pool
- Bernie Morelli Recreation Centre
- Tim Hortons Field
A few minutes drive to:
- Ottawa Street shopping and restaurants
- James Street shopping and restaurants
- St. Joseph’s hospital
- Hamilton General Hospital
- Juravinski Hospital
- Art Gallery of Hamilton
- Theatre Aquarius
If you are interested in buying or selling a home, please contact me,
Andrea Harley-Maddox, Broker
RE/MAX Escarpment Realty Inc., Brokerage
CALL or TEXT: 905-572-0777