The homes in Hamilton Mountain Central are predominantly built before the 1960s, with the dominant style of home being single-family detached homes. The next most common style of homes is apartments. 75% of residents here own, while 25% of residents rent. The ages of residents here vary widely, with no one age group being significantly more highly represented than any other. 39% of residents here are families with one or more children at home, and 10% of residents are under the age of 9. Over 20% of residents are over the age of 60, and the average household income is approximately $73,5000 annually.
This main neighbourhoods in this area include Barnstown, Burkholme, Centremount, and Ryckmans, each of which consist of their own smaller neighbourhoods. Like the other communities on the Hamilton Mountain, Hamilton Mountain Central includes plenty of greenspaces and trails, including the Bruce Trail. The mountain brow offers beautiful views of the lower city and Lake Ontario,spectacular views of the valley town of Dundas, as well as the Dundas Peak.
Sam Lawrence Park
Sackville Hill Memorial Park
Just a short drive to shopping and restaurants, including Lime Ridge Mall and the eateries and stores on Upper James. Close to 403/QEW via Lincoln Alexander Parkway and downtown’s Hamilton GO Station. Convenient access to Mohawk College, Columbia College, and McMaster University. Short drive to the Meadowlands in Ancaster, which features plenty of shopping, restaurants, and a movie theatre.
The average price of a freehold home in Central Mountain is approximately $475,000 year-to-date, 2018