316 MacNab Street, Dundas


316 MacNab Street, Dundas




2,020 sq ft total living space






Taxes - $4,827 (2023) AC & Furnace (rental) - $139.99 + HST/month Water Heater (rental) - $54.28 + HST/quarterly

All about the property.

Welcome to a meticulously updated 4-bed, 2.5-bath century home (1913), with 2,020 sqft of charm and modern convenience.

A perfect blend of historic allure and farmhouse elements, featuring custom millwork, crown molding, and restored hardwood floors. Externally, integrity is maintained with windows (2011), siding (2017) & reinsulated. A concrete path leads to a porch swing with views of the escarpment and Dundas Peak on the rare 60’x120′ lot. The kitchen is light-filled with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, reclaimed wood feature wall and a farmhouse sink. The main floor includes a front living room, open concept family & dining (with Mennonite built-in bench & bead board nook), laundry room, and mudroom with garage access. Upstairs, a spacious primary suite with cathedral ceilings and a 4-piece ensuite, plus 3 well sized bedrooms sharing a 5-piece bathroom. Outside, a patio with a natural gas BBQ hook-up and Jacuzzi hot tub overlooks the landscaped backyard with a pavilion. A single-car garage with a workshop, double-wide driveway, and garden shed provide functional space. The unfinished basement has potential for more living space. Conveniently located at the base of the escarpment, this home is a short walk to trails and downtown Dundas, offering a unique blend of historic charm and modern living. Don’t miss the opportunity to make this rare find your home!

About the neighbourhood.

Nestled at the base of the Niagara Escarpment, Dundas boasts a rich history dating back to the early 19th century. With a population that values both its heritage and modern amenities, Dundas provides a unique blend of small-town charm and urban convenience. One of Dundas' most distinctive features is its proximity to nature. The town is surrounded by lush greenery, hiking trails, and conservation areas. Spencer Gorge/Webster's Falls Conservation Area and Dundas Valley Conservation Area are popular destinations for nature enthusiasts, offering scenic trails, waterfalls, and diverse wildlife. Dundas has a tight-knit community known for its friendly atmosphere and active civic engagement. The town hosts numerous events throughout the year, fostering a sense of community pride. Local farmers' markets, festivals, and cultural events contribute to the vibrant social fabric.

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