The Chedoke neighbourhood area encompasses the Chedoke, Kirkendall North, Kirkendall South, and Durand neighbourhoods. Bordered on the south by the beautiful and picturesque Niagara Escarpment, to the west by the 403 and Chedoke Civic Golf Course, to the north by Main Street West, and to the west by James Street South. West Hamilton's Chedoke neighbourhoods are filled with many grand and opulent Edwardian and Tudor Revival style homes, which are rich in character. This historic district is a well-respected Hamilton neighbourhood.
The chedoke neighbourhoods offer convenient proximity to the following amenities:
The Chedoke area offers pockets of quiet community living on mature tree lined streets, interspersed with convenient pockets of trendy commercial areas such as James Street South, and Main Street West, and Locke Street South with its reputation for being one of Hamilton’s trendy commercial districts, offering antique gift stores, art stores hairdressers, and galleries, a variety of restaurants and more. This area is benefitted by the Durand Neighbourhood Association, which represents an active, resident-based voice that and advocates for neighbourhood priorities, including safe streets, preservation of historic properties and heritage character, greenspace, traffic and parking.
To list your house for sale, or for help in finding the perfect home in a neighbourhood that is just right for you, contact one of Aberwin Realty Inc.'s real estate agents today. Nearby neighbourhoods include Corktown, Ainslie, Westdale, Beasley, Strathcona, Westcliffe, and Rolston.