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Joe Malec & Carol Moore

About Waterdown, Ontario

Waterdown is a quaint community sitting on the escarpment located north east of Burlington. With easy highway access to the 403, 407, 401 & QEW, Waterdown is an easy commute to many nearby cities.

Waterdown is home to a growing population of new families supported by the development of new parks, schools, shopping and of course....homes. For the growing family there is access to a wide variety of sporting activities including hockey, baseball, soccer and dance with the YMCA being the focal point of many of these activities.

If you are considering moving your family to a new environment, Waterdown would be an ideal location to watch your family grow.

Waterdown MLS Listings


11 ROCKHAVEN Lane MLS# H4099034
$ 699,000

Beautifully well maintained 2+1 bed, 2 bath, bungalow in the heart of Waterdown! This lovingly cared for home, features vaulted ceilings in ... Read More


11 MACBEAN Crescent MLS# H4098987
$ 1,198,000

11 Macbean Crescent is perfectly situated in a desirable family friendly neighbourhood in Waterdown. This beautiful detached home offers 4 b... Read More


47 Karsh Crescent MLS# H4098311
$ 884,900

Immaculate and beautiful home located on quiet Crescent, walking distance of 3 schools, park and YMCA. New kitchen (12) features granite co... Read More


21-219 Dundas Street MLS# H4098238
$ 649,900

Welcome to the Tannery (Mangrove model). This beautiful bright 2 bed 3 bath townhome less than 2 years old offers loads of natural light, f... Read More


79 OVERDALE Avenue MLS# H4097448
$ 1,299,900

Well maintained, 4+1 bedroom bungalow on a premium 112x150 corner lot in the most desirable neighbourhood in South Waterdown! The main level... Read More

Please note: Information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. While we have no reason to doubt its accuracy we regret that we cannot guarantee it. All information subject to change and/or withdrawal without notice.

Client Testimonial

I bought and sold my homes through Carol Moore. She was extremely attentive and very committed to providing the most out of my search for a new home and ensuring that my needs were met regarding the sale of my previous home. She made the entire process really easy to manage and ensured that my expectations were in line with current market trends, so to provide a realistic outlook for the sale of my previous home. Always attentive and dedicated to providing me with details of all matters that pertained to open houses, inquiries, and negotiations. I would definitely recommend Carol to my friends and/or family.

Edison & Gisella Cerda, Oakville, Ontario

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Waterdown is a town in Canada which since 2001 has been a community of Hamilton, Ontario. Waterdown was created from that part of East Flamborough Township on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, just east of the junction of King's Highways Nos. 5 and 6. That intersection is known as Clappison's Corners, but continuous residential and commercial buildings between the two communities make it difficult to see any difference. Waterdown is expanding greatly, with the recent addition of a YMCA and several commercial establishments. Waterdown is also home to local community institutions such as Pickwick Books, Red Sky Design, Waterdown Cycle and the Waterdown Legion. Waterdown is also home to a hockey arena, North Wentworth Community Centre & Arena, which is home of the Flamborough Hockey Association.

Because of the approval of new homes in Waterdown – at least 6,500 more houses in the near future – there are ongoing discussions regarding the planned $50 million 'Waterdown By-Pass', which would allow for easier access across the city. Waterdown population growth was approximately 28.9% over the years 1996 and 2001. Waterdown, and its associated Great Falls are located on the local portion of the Bruce Trail System in Ontario. Many national and regionally rare flora species grow in the natural areas of Waterdown. Tourists may come to Waterdown in October and November to visit the Rotary Haunted House which has been in operation for 16 years (as of 2008). Until 2006 this haunted house was operated by the Rotary Club of Waterdown, and is now operated by the Rotary Club of Hamilton.

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