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32 Chedoke Avenue, Hamilton, ON
This lovely southwest centre corridor is certain to be the home du jour in Hamilton’s booming actual property market this week. There’s no denying this traditional house will elevate eyebrows and rapidly seduce a purchaser. Speaking of eyebrows, one in all this house’s distinctive options features a pair of stylish eyebrow dormers (see historical past beneath). They are the crowning glory of this unbelievable household house and never one thing you see fairly often.
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9 from 1-4PM!
Offered at $739,900.
Guessing this one will not final, contemplating this house, on the identical road, bought rapidly for its $629,900 asking value and wasn’t even on the golf course facet.
- 5 bedrooms + 2.5 baths
- Huge 24’x17’ kitchen
- 44’x144′ lot backing onto inexperienced house (Chedoke Golf & Country Club – see historical past beneath)
- Wood burning hearth
- Treed, ravine lot
Listing with Mark & Vivian DeBruyn-Smith
Photos by Tom Vogel, www.vogel-creative.com
HISTORY OF EYEBROW DORMERS
Considered probably the most elegant of all dormers. The historical past of the eyebrows/eyelids is alleged to be from medieval thatch-roofed cottages. Eyebrow dormers had been popularized in America within the second half of the 19th century by Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson. Richardson is famous as the daddy of the “Shingle style”. Originally eyelid dormers, had been primarily quick home windows with an arch.
FRESH FACT: History of Chedoke Golf Club
The current Chedoke Golf Club was as soon as the unique web site of the Hamilton Golf & Country Club which was bought in 1924 to the City of Hamilton for $90,000.
The historical past of the unique Club dates again to October 24th,1894 when the newly shaped, unincorporated Hamilton Golf Club held its opening match on a twelve gap, hyperlinks fashion course on grounds belonging to The Central Fair, Agricultural and Industrial Company on the nook of Barton and Ottawa Streets in Hamilton, adjoining the previous Hamilton Jockey Club property.
In the spring of 1896, the Club moved to a brand new 9 gap course (later expanded to 18 holes) that was laid out on a property generally known as Paradise Farm positioned on the south facet of Aberdeen Avenue in Hamilton. A clubhouse was constructed the next 12 months. In October 1899, the girl members organized their very own membership as a bit inside The Hamilton Golf Club.
Colt visited Ancaster in May 1914 and designed the course for a payment of 300 guineas (about $1,533). The work of clearing the grounds and laying out the holes started instantly beneath the route of Course Superintendent, John Sutherland, and the seeding was accomplished by the autumn. The planting of what would grow to be many hundreds of bushes and shrubs was additionally began. The complete price of the undertaking through the years 1914-1917, together with that of the land, was $108,000.
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