The East Mountain community is well-established, with most homes having been built between 1981 and 1990, and just over 15% having been built fewer than ten years ago. The homes here are a mix of detached family homes, townhouses and semis, with single-family detached homes being the most prevalent of these. The area is heavily populated by young families, with over 35% of the population being adults under the age of 45, and over 20% being school-aged children. The average annual income per household is approximately $90,000.
This main neighbourhoods in this area include Macassa, Sherwood, Templemead, and Albion Falls, each of which consist of their own smaller neighbourhoods. The East Mountain, along with the rest of the Hamilton Mountain communities, includes plenty of greenspaces, trails and the waterfalls that give Hamilton the nickname, “The City of Waterfalls”. The escarpment offers beautiful views of the lower city and Lake Ontario.
Mohawk Sports Park
King Forest Park
Minutes to Red Hill Valley, which connects Hamilton to QEW/403, minutes to Lincoln Alexander Parkway, which connects upper Hamilton from Stoney Creek Mountain to Ancaster. Convenient access to Hamilton’s largest mall, Lime Ridge Mall, as well as many restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and other amenities.
The average price of a freehold home in East Mountain is approximately $470,000 year-to-date, 2018