The community of Stoney Creek located on the south shore of western Lake Ontario, just east of Hamilton (pre-amalgamation) into which feed the watercourse of Stoney Creek as well as several other minor streams. The historic area, known as the "Old Town", exists below the Niagara Escarpment. In 1984 Stoney Creek became a city.Though residential growth exploded, particularly in the 1970s and 1980s in the lower city and in the west mountain in the 1990s and 2000s, most of the land mass of Stoney Creek remains agricultural. The communities of Elfrida, Fruitland, Tapleytown, Tweedside, Vinemount, and Winona serve as distinct reminders of the agricultural legacy of Stoney Creek and Saltfleet township.It lost its independent status in 2002 as the Provincial Government formally merged Stoney Creek, Ancaster, Glanbrook, Dundas, Flamborough and Hamilton into the new city of Hamilton, turning the new multi-million dollar Stoney Creek City Hall into a Stoney Creek Public Library.
Sunday, June 9, 2013
19 Glenhollow Drive, Freehold Townhouse, Stoney Creek, Ontario
Beautiful 2 storey freehold townhouse located in picturesque Stoney Creek. No condo fees, attached only by garage and close to the Linc as well as the Red Hill Expressway. Open concept main floor, oversized kitchen with new countertops and backsplash overlooking living room. Stunning view from patio doors leads to a large wooden deck with seating area and beautifully maintained yard. Elegant home boasting three bedroom, two bathrooms with a finished basement. This multi-level home features many upgrades, two inch insulated garage door (09), artificial grass in front (09), exposed aggregate front porch, landing and part of yard, upgraded carpet (09), new faucets in kitchen and bathrooms and hardwood floors in all bedrooms (09). Truly a pleasure to view. Room sizes approx. || Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed
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