The Lowdown on Gibson and Stipley
Your Typical Neighbour
Alright, let's talk about your typical neighbour in the Gibson/Stipley area of Hamilton. First off, you've got your die-hard football fans. These folks bleed black and gold for the Ticats, and you'll hear the chants of “Oskee Wee Wee” coming from the stadium during every home game. Then, you've got your dog lovers. Seriously, everyone in the ‘hood seems to have a furry friend. And of course, we can't forget about the folks who like to keep things old school - we're talking about the classic cocktail enthusiasts. You'll see them enjoying a Sazerac at the Capitol Bar on a regular basis, listening to great live music and talking about the never ending drama of Hamilton’s municipal politics. So, whether you're into football, dogs, or a well made Old Fashioned, you're bound to find some like-minded neighbours in Gibson/Stipley.
Gibson/Stipley is a hidden gem in Hamilton. With its unique blend of longtime Hamiltonians and young creative types, you never know who you'll bump into on your morning coffee run. This neighbourhood is the perfect mix of old-school charm and new-school cool. You'll find everything from century-old homes to trendy new businesses popping up on every corner. Plus, the houses here won't break the bank, so families can finally escape the high prices of other neighbourhoods.
What We Don't
Let's be real, there's not much to complain about in Gibson/Stipley, but if we had to pick one thing, it's the parking situation around Tim Horton's Field on game day. It's like every driver in the city decided to converge on one spot at the same time. You'll be circling the block in your car for what feels like an eternity, surrounded by screaming fans decked out in black and gold. On the other hand, if you buy a house with off-street parking then you can turn your front yard into a nice little side hustle to help offset the mortgage. And if all else fails, just remember: Holy Mackinaw, Tigers. Eat ‘em raw.
Property Statistics in Gibson and Stipley
Source: TREB Statistics
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