Downtown Dundas Post Office
Cootes Paradise
A neighbourhood worthy of being called "Paradise."
Detached Home in Dundas Governors Neighbourhood
A large swatch of its area is occupied by Conservation Lands and the Dundas Valley Golf Course.
Detached Bungalow in Highland Park Dundas
Highland Park
Is a much sought after community for its “million dollar view” ravine properties.  
Detached Home in the Mature Pleasant Valley Neighbourhood
Pleasant Valley
The sheer variety of dwelling type is a major drawing point for the community.
Hopkins Woods
Small pockets of residential properties in the midst of massive green spaces.
Cute University Gardens Home in Dundas
University Gardens
University and Gardens. Together, these two words provide an accurate description of the community.

Dundas Neighbourhoods

Dundas, the "Valley Town" nestled at the bottom of the Niagara escarpment, although part of the amalgamated City of Hamilton, is a vibrant heritage community which has retained its own distinctive identity.

Incorporated in 1847, Dundas can trace its early beginnings even further back to 1797. As time progressed, the community's role as a critical transportation hub, the construction of the Desjardins Canal and the economic importance of the many mills of Spencer Creek, are but a small part of the town's history. It's worth a visit to the Dundas Museum and Archives to learn more and see some fascinating artifacts.

The commercial area of King Street is quaint to the extreme and is frequently selected for movie shoots. It has unique boutiques, coffee shops, a butcher shop, world class fine dining and even its own micro brewery. These retail stores, professional services and restaurants are often found in Dundas' heritage buildings. Residents can't help but be drawn to the annual festivals and events that take place in this captivating and vibrant downtown centre.

Dundas has a well established arts school, is in close proximity to McMaster University and provides plenty of amenities for seniors. The acclaimed downtown Driving Park offers a children's splash pad in the summer, ice skating in the winter, and it's the venue for one of the best annual Victoria Day Fireworks displays in the greater Hamilton area.

Natural splendors envelope the town. The Dundas Valley 1,200-hectare conservation area preserves Carolinian forests, streams, waterfalls, and gives its visitors an opportunity to appreciate the wildlife within its protective boundaries. Forty recreational trails connect to three major trails - the Main Loop, the Bruce, and the Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trails.

A place to call home ranges from petite lofts to elegant upscale executive homes. Mature neighbourhoods showcase updated properties on carefully landscaped yards while houses lovingly cared for by original owners await the creative renovation ideas of growing families. First time home ownership possibilities may be realized in a townhouse. Maintenance free condos provide stunning escarpment views. Victorian charmers with historic facades and contemporary outfitted interiors suit those who want the downtown atmosphere.

Dundas real estate has recently seen a surge in interest as many prefer to exchange the fast pace of the city for a small town lifestyle and a good quality of life. Proximity to Burlington and Hamilton only adds to its popularity. The town is equally attractive to families and to those wishing to downsize or retire without giving up any convenience. This is a community that really does have everything and provides the answer as to why you might choose to live, work and play in the "Valley Town".

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