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Stoney Creek Homes for Sale
May 25, 2020
92
Listed
58
Avg. DOM
$504.58
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$709,950
Med. List Price
92 Properties
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Stoney Creek Ontario Overview

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Stoney Creek, Ontario was large enough to earn city status before it was amalgamated into the City of Hamilton as a community in 2001. The former city was the site of the Battle of Stoney Creek during the War of 1812 and shares its name with the path that water flows into the Devil’s Punchbowl waterfall. Home to around 70,000 people, Stoney Creek is located southeast of Hamilton, right next to the Niagara Region south of Lake Ontario.

Real Estate in Stoney Creek Ontario

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This community is 25 minutes away from Hamilton and only 40 minutes away from Niagara Falls. Stoney Creek gets a share of the warmer climate of the Niagara Region, allowing it to build up a reputation for wineries and fruit just like its neighbour. The pleasant weather is due to the community’s location on the southern banks of Lake Ontario. This also allows for beautiful views of the waterfront in every season. 

In 2019, the average sale price in the city of Hamilton was $535,000 for a residential property. This factored in the high cost of detached properties as well as more affordable condo pricing throughout most communities. Prices in Stoney Creek fall more or less in line with those of Hamilton as a whole, with an average of around $560,000 in one of Hamilton’s most active markets outside of the core. Newer developments in the city include several high-end condos with views of Lake Ontario and more suburban semi-detached properties. Recent and older detached properties are available in Stoney Creek, but their average prices are almost always higher than the regional average.

Living in Stoney Creek Ontario

As a part of Hamilton, public transportation connects Stoney Creek to the rest of the city and beyond. A few routes run into Stoney Creek making notable stops near Fiesta Mall plaza and the Stoney Creek Business Park. Access to Hamilton means access to GO Trains and Buses to transport commuters to Toronto and other areas of the GTA. Making the drive yourself is convenient thanks to easy access to the Burlington Skyway. This bridge across Lake Ontario makes the drive to Burlington only 15 minutes and the core of Toronto under an hour away.

Schools in Stoney Creek are overseen by the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board. The Public board operates 9 elementary schools and 2 secondary schools while the Catholic Board also runs 9 elementary schools, but only 1 secondary school. Stoney Creek is also the location of Mohawk College’s Campus for Skilled Trades with McMaster University and Redeemer University College in nearby communities of Hamilton.  

Stoney Creek is a Hamilton community known for its natural sights and rich history, especially in areas where those features blend. The Bruce Trails run through Stoney Creek, connecting visitors to two famous Stoney Creek landmarks. Battlefield Park is the site of the Battlefield House Museum, a National Historic Site, and the spot where the annual re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek takes place in June. The other is the Devil’s Punchbowl, a peculiar looking horseshoe-shaped waterfall that plunges down into a deep gorge, made colourful by the revealed layers of rocks all the way down.