Ancaster real estate agent Laura Doucette has been involved
in real estate full-time since 1990 and loves what she does more and more
For Laura, real estate is so much more than helping people
buy and sell homes. Its more about people fulfilling their dreams,
whatever they may be. Sometimes its about problem solving &
other times its about assisting people in coming to the decision
that its not the best time to buy or sell.
Laura's website assists those interested in learning more about homes
for sale on the Ancaster real estate market in a variety of
different ways. For example, you no longer have to waste time scouring
the paper for the latest Ancaster real estate listings. Laura
has a system where Ancaster
real estate MLS® listings of homes for sale which match
your criteria are automatically sent to you! Just fill in what you're
looking for and let Laura take care of the rest.
Enjoy working with a Ancaster real estate agent who offers
first class online real estate service. With an extensive knowledge
of the Ancaster real estate market, Laura always looks forward to helping
new clients with the purchase or sale of their next home. For all your
online Ancaster real estate needs, visit Laura's website!
Ancaster is an ancient European community formed within the city of Hamilton, Ontario. Its history dates back to 1793 when this beautiful township was established on the Niagara escarpment.
Ancaster has a considerable suburban population which consists mostly of people who work in nearby cities such as Toronto and Hamilton.
According to latest census, the population of Ancaster is steadily increasing and thus the town is witnessing more building along the highway to accommodate the influx of new residents.
The Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum showcases Ancaster’s local history as well as Griffin House which is an historical building related to the Underground Railroad. The ruins of a burned historic house named The Hermitage also draws many tourists as it’s rumored to be haunted.
Ancaster is rich in natural beauty and the recreational walking trails offer a variety of all-weather recreational opportunities. The famous Bruce Trail runs through Ancaster as it links Queenston with Tobermory.
Ancaster has a wonderful historical core with a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and shops ensuring there’s something for everyone.
If you have any questions about the Ancaster market or Ancaster in general, please get in touch. It’d be great to hear from you!