Hagersville Ontario Real Estate

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Hagersville, Ontario Overview

Hagersville Overview

Hargersville, Ontario is a community in Haldimand County. Incorporated as a Village in 1879, Hagersville now has a population of 2,815 people. The area is named after the brothers who owned and developed much of the original land that would become Hagersville. During World War II, Hagersville was the home of the No. 16 Flying Training School, then a Canadian Army site called Camp Hagersville after the war. These days, the land is an industrial area and the White Oaks Village neighbourhood.

Real Estate in Hagersville, Ontario

Homes for Sale in Hagersville

The Hagersville community is in the western side of Haldimand County, just southwest of the larger community of Caledonia. Haldimand County itself was formed in 2001 when the Haldimand-Norfolk area was dissolved and restructured into two separate areas. Haldimand County is bordered by the Hamilton Area to the north, the Niagara Region to the east, Lake Erie to the south, and Norfolk and Brant Counties to the west.

 In 2019, Hagersville had an average sale price of about $384,000. This was only a slight increase from the previous year, but typical for the slower market in Haldimand County. On average, the sale price in the County overall was around $465,000 in 2019. Compared to the average prices coming out of the Hamilton Area and Burlington, the Hagersville market is much slower, but a lot more affordable. Hagersville is quite rural, so many listed properties are older homes on larger lots. More recent builds in Hagersville are rarer, but do come up in developing areas of the community. Because of Hagersville’s small size, even new neighbourhoods are relatively quiet.

Living in Hagersville, Ontario

Living in Hagersville

The community of Hagersville is located right on Ontario Highway 6 which runs up from Port Dover on Lake Erie and north through southern Ontario. The highway passes through Hamilton and Guelph on its way up the Georgian Bay. This important highway provides a close link to not only the Greater Hamilton Area, but also the 400-series of highways. Hagersville is a 40 minute drive from Hamilton along Highway 6.

 Schools in Haldimand County are operated by the Grand Erie District School Board and the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board. In the public board, there is Hagersville Elementary School for kindergarten to Grade 8, and Hagersville Secondary School taking students from grades 9 to 12. In the Catholic Board, St. Mary’s School serves students from kindergarten to Grade 8. Catholic secondary schools are available in other cities within the board’s jurisdiction.

 Hagersville is a small community, but it still has plenty of amenities without having to travel outside of Haldimand County. Grocery Stores, an LCBO, and restaurants are all easily accessible from highway 6 that runs through town. In addition, the West Haldimand General Hospital is located in Hagersville. Community attractions include the Hagersville Memorial Arena and the Hagersville Lions Pool.  The larger community of Caledonia is only 20 minutes away and has access to even more shopping and dining options.