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Binbrook Ontario Homes for Sale
May 22, 2024
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Binbrook Overview

living in Binbrook Ontario

Binbrook is a small community in the southeast side of the city of Hamilton. Prior to joining the Hamilton amalgamation, Binbrook lent its name to the second half of the Glanbrook township made up of Mt. Hope, Binbrook, and Glanford. The township ultimately dissolved when the City of Hamilton was created, but it remains a distinct community for most municipal statistics. The area is known for the Binbrook Conservation Area that serves as a park and water destination on Lake Niapenco.

Real Estate in Binbrook

Glanbrook spans most of Hamilton’s south side, bordering Haldimand County. Within that district, Binbrook is one of the easternmost communities, located very close to the city’s border with the Niagara Regional Municipality. Glanbrook has a population of 29,860 out of the Hamilton area’s total of 536,920 residents. To this day, Binbrook remains close with its agricultural roots and the community  has a strong connection with the nearby Binbrook Conservation Area natural space.

Real Estate statistics for Binbrook are considered under the umbrella of the Glanbrook district. This means that the figures from Binbrook are also combined with the communities of Mt. Hope and Glanford for an average sale price of $590,000 in 2019. Compared with the overall Hamilton average of about $535,000, Glanbrook is a little more expensive, but this is because of the number of detached residential properties in the area. When compared with other Hamilton communities, Glanbrook has higher sales activity than Flamborough, Dundas, and Waterdown.   

Living in Binbrook

Because of its location, Binbrook serves as something of a bedroom community for the City of Hamilton. By car, Binbrook is about 30 minutes away from the core of Hamilton and less than 30 minutes from Burlington. Binbrook is also an appealing distance from some of the best southern Ontario day-trip destinations. The core of Toronto is an hour and 15 minute drive away while Niagara Falls and the surrounding wine country are under an hour away. While the Hamilton Street Railway public transit services most of the Hamilton Area, the nearest route to Binbrook runs through Mt. Hope, but in the Binbrook community yet.

The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic School Board operate the schools in the city of Hamilton and surrounding area. In Binbrook, there are 3 elementary schools to service the area, Bellmoore,École Élémentaire Michaëlle Jean (French Immersion), and St. Matthew Catholic Elementary School. Secondary school options for both boards are available in Hamilton with busing opportunities to help students get to school despite the distance.   

As the Hamilton Area gains popularity overall, more rural areas like Binbrook are seeing a population boost as well. With that growth comes new businesses and nearby amenities to better service the area. A new branch of the Hamilton Public Library was built in Binbrook in the spring of 2018, which joins the ranks of the Glanbrook Arena, Agriculture Hall, and other centres for community gathering. As for shopping and dining, Binbrook has a general mix of larger chains and local businesses to choose from with the possibility of additional stores in Hamilton. The area’s main natural attraction, the Binbrook Conservation Area offers a key site for camping and watersports in the summer months.