charming 1885 brick semi.

charming 1885 brick semi.

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 baths

About our home

Our 1885 semi has been completely renovated and includes a hot tub. In the art district of Hamilton, it is within walking distance to bike paths around the harbour, many parks, many many restaurants and galleries, the library and market and a 10 minutes walk to the direct GO bus to Toronto (45 minutes). In 2015 a new Go Station will open two blocks away. This is a great place to be July 10-26,2015 for the Pan Am Games. Soccer is 10 minutes away in Hamilton's brand new stadium.


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More about us

  1. I'm a travel writer., Tom is a retired financial advisor. He adores renovating,
  2. We love our neighbourhood, and you'll find it friendly too.
  3. We have the charm of a small city, but are close to Toronto, and Ni.agara.Visit at Christmas, or the Pam Am Games in July.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
The entire James St. North two blocks away has become a gourmet's paradise. We love Jack and Lola's, the Harbour Diner, and AcclamationMulberry. James St. North is a street filled with art galleries, restaurants, and funky store. One a month there is an art crawl, with all the stores and galleries open late, joined by food trucks, and crafters. Several times a year, the street closes for Open Streets, with happening bands playing up and down the street.
Cool bars
The Bar on Locke, Boo's Bistro & Wine Bar, AND at least ten more that you can walk to, including Sarcoas to watch the sunset.
Cozy cafés
Mulberry St. Coffeehouse on James St. N.
Retail therapy
Lost of funky little stores within a five minute walk, Milli's is a upscale boutique that brings shoppers from Toronto.
Bit of culture
Hamilton Art Gallery is a 10 minutes walk away, so is Dundern Castle. The second friday of the month is a
Walks in the park
We have 14 k of parks three blocks away around the harbour, 2 bikes are available.
Spot of exercise
Walk two blocks to a community indoor pool. T Brind your roller blades, or ice skates, there is a rink at the harbour, again just a stroll away. You can also rent skates.oo many golf courses to count, Hike the many waterfalls. Hamilton is a haven for those looking to hike, cycle, canoe, kayak, climb, ski, skate, you name it.
Day tripping
Niagara Falls, just an hour by public transit, Toronto less than an hour the other way.

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