Gibson/Stipley Neighbourhood, Hamilton - Emily Jones, Real Estate
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Gibson / Stipley


A downtown Hamilton neighbourhood in Ticats country

Gibson/Stipley At A Glance




*home price ranking is comparative to other Hamilton neighbourhoods

**average house price as of July 2021 from RAHB

Oskeeweewee! Welcome to Gibson/Stipley! These downtown neighbourhoods have a tight knit community feel, and are vibrant Ticats fans. Houses in Gibson and Stipley are more affordable than other homes in the city, while homes in Stipley South tend to be slightly more expensive.


Where is Gibson/Stipley? Outlined by Main, Barton, Gage, and Wentworth. Gibson falls on the west side (outlined by Barton, King, Sherman and Wentworth). Stipley falls on the east side (outlined by Barton, King, Sherman and Gage). Stipley South makes up the southern neighbourhood in this area (in the pocket between King and Main). 


What’s the average house price in Gibson/Stipley? $555,762 (July 2021)


What are the houses like in Gibson/Stipley? The majority of the homes here were built sometime in the 1910s and 1920s. About half the homes here are detached, closely followed by apartment style homes. A small percentage of semis and row houses are also in this area. The average home has 3-4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and is about 1350 square feet.


Is Gibson/Stipley safe? You can check out the latest crime activity across Hamilton with the police crime mapping tool, linked below to see how different neighbourhoods compare.


What are the best features of Gibson/Stipley? Tim Hortons Field! Located in Stipley, this multi-purpose stadium is home to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Forge FC, and hosts many concerts and events. Playing fields have been on this land since 1913, with the first stadium being built here in the late 1920s. In the 1950s, Ivor Wynne stadium was built here, and in 2014 the whole thing was rebuilt and dubbed Tim Hortons Field.


Thinking of moving to Gibson/Stipley? Take a drive, bike or walk through the communities to get a feel for it. Some of my favorite places to check out would be Tim Hortons Field, Bernie Morelli Rec Centre, Tall Tree Sandwich Co. for a quick bite or Vintage Coffee Roasters for your afternoon pick-me up.

Gibson/Stipley Schools:

  • Cathy Wever Public School
  • Prince of Wales
  • Bernie Custis Secondary School
  • St. Ann (Hamilton) Catholic Elementary School
  • Cathedral Catholic Secondary School


  • Pinky Lewis Parkette
  • Powell Park
  • Sirton tot lot (park)
  • Little Albert Park


  • Norman Pinky Lewis Recreation Centre
  • Jimmy Thompson Memorial Pool
  • Recreation Centre
  • Tim Horton’s Field
  • Football Museum


Thinking of buying or selling in Delta?  Contact me below!


(289) 259-7863

Emily Jones Realtor