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199 Fairleigh Avenue S, Hamilton

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Residential
  • Living area: 1431 square feet
  • Added: 112 days ago
  • Listed by: Point2
Welcome to 199 Fairleigh Avenue South! This quality remodeled home is completely move-in ready. A traditional beauty with the benefits of modern upgrades, including a new roof, electrical wiring and new windows throughout. Upgraded features also include all new hardwood and ceramic flooring, new kitchen cabinets, quartz countertop and appliances, large master bedroom with a walk-in closet and ensuite, second level laundry and bonus loft that could be used as an office or 3rd bedroom. It’s a rare reno with traditional accents you’ll love!

Details and Features for 199 Fairleigh Avenue S, Hamilton, ON

  • Other: Inclusions: Refrigerator, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer, Dryer, Foundation: Concrete Block, Laundry Access: In-Suite
  • Cooling: AC Type: Central Air
  • Heating: Gas, Forced Air
  • Lot Features: Urban
  • Extra Features: Area Features: Hospital, Park, Public Transit, Schools
  • Interior Features: Kitchens: 1, 1 above grade, 2 3-Piece Bathrooms, 1 Ensuite
  • Sewer/Water Systems: Sewers: Sewer
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
St. Peter's Hospital (Hamilton) Peter's Hospital is a 250-bed chronic care hospital located in downtown Hamilton, Ontario specializing in the care of older adults
Adelaide Hoodless Public School Built in 1911, the school currently has 544 students enrolled in grades ranging from junior kindergarten to grade 8
Cathedral High School (Hamilton, Ontario) Cathedral High School dates back to 1912, when high school classes where offered to the youth of Hamilton by the Hamilton Separate School Board
Brian Timmis Stadium The stadium was built in 1968, and seated 5,000 people
Tim Hortons Field Stadium 75 Balsam Ave N
Parkview Secondary School Parkview Secondary School had a 2009-2010 enrollment of 333
Hamilton, Ontario Conceived by George Hamilton when he purchased the Durand farm shortly after the War of 1812, Hamilton has become the centre of a densely populated and industrialized region at the west end of Lake Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe
Beasley Park Park Hamilton