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73 Aberdeen Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario circa 1925

This grand and imposing Georgian has a presence that takes your breath away. I’ve at all times admired the outside and the magnificent caged iron lanterns flanking the edges of the entrance door. Without ever stepping inside I knew, just like the anticipation of an amazing reward, that the lengthy stepped path to the entrance door would reveal wonderful issues. And boy, was I proper!
HISTORY
Built in 1925 for utilities magnate P.V. Byrnes (President, United Fuel and Gas Company, Hamilton) by Hutton and Souter architects (e.g. Christ the King Basilica and Cathedral Secondary School, Hamilton). 
FRESH FEATURES
  • Located within the prestigious Durand Neighbourhood
  • Original hardwood flooring with mahogany inlay
  • 10 foot ceilings, plaster cornices, authentic plaster mouldings, wainscotting, a number of fireplaces
  • French doorways, in-built bookcases, and customized closets
  • 7 bedrooms, spacious principal rooms
  • Formal separate eating room with decorative mouldings
  • Window packing containers and cabinetry
  • Family room, den, and a heated year-round sunroom overlooking the backyard
  • Slate roof, Viessman boiler, and up to date wiring

Offered on the market at $1.399MM
Listing with Zena Dalton of Judy Marsales Realty Ltd
View Full Details HERE
Check out the beautiful images under by Tom Vogel
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