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This Deco magnificence situated at 70 Longwood Avenue North in Hamilton, Ontario, is at present listed for $399,900 on realtor.ca (for the second time in 5 years). View the listing here. Read concerning the historical past and significance of the property under.
Heritage Value Built in 1939, Hambly House has cultural heritage worth as a result of it’s a uncommon instance of Art Moderne and has all six typical options of Art-Moderne residential buildings (see numbers 1 to six), two of three distinguished options (see numbers 7 to 9), and one frequent characteristic (see quantity 10).
Key Features of Art Moderne
(1) Horizontal Composition with Flat Roof – Typical
(2) Rounded Corners – Typical
(three) Corner Windows – Typical
(four) Horizontal Lines – Typical
(5) Smooth Wall Surfaces – Typical
(6) Horizontal Window Panes – Typical
(7) Ship Railings – Prominent
(eight) Porthole Windows – Prominent
(9) Glass Blocks – Prominent (Not Present)
(10) Prominent Door Surround – Common
In addition to those exterior options, Hambly House has many frequent inside options of this model, most of that are Art Deco (e.g. Art-Deco hearth, tile patterns, wall paper, and lighting fixtures; green-yellow Art-Deco rest room with American Standard fixtures and taps; brown Art-Moderne plywood kitchen with gray Formica counter high, pink nook sales space, and pink linoleum tiles). Finally, Hambly House has two options which are uncommon in Art-Moderne buildings and thus improve its heritage worth: Art-Moderne landscaping, and a National-Park-Rustic-style household room. Both are described and proven under.
In a preliminary analysis, the City of Hamilton reported that 170 Longwood Road North has design worth, historic worth, and contextual worth, and that it is “an exemplary case of vernacular Art Moderne architecture in Hamilton”:
“The residence municipally generally known as 170 Longwood Road North (Hamilton) is located within the Westdale neighbourhood, a deliberate suburb in west Hamilton developed as a part of the “City Beautiful” motion.
The topic property accommodates a one-storey residence inbuilt 1939 of concrete block and clad in quartz stucco, constructed in a vernacular Art Moderne model, by-product of the Late Art Deco custom within the 1930’s. This construction is exclusive among the many Tudor Revival structure of the encompassing residences. The home is conjectured to be constructed by native builders for the unique proprietor, Jack Hambly, probably utilizing plans produced by Edward Glass, a neighborhood designer. The indifferent dwelling maintains its authentic use as a residence, and is markedly distinct from the encompassing vernacular Tudor Revival residences, additionally constructed within the early- to mid-20th century. The single-storey construction incorporates a white-rendered home frontage, flat roof, curved frontage, horizontal line above the home windows and porthole window, suggesting some nautical parts, all typical of the Art Moderne model.
The constructing is located on an earthen pedestal on this nook lot, and options curvilinear railings on the entrance step as much as the principle entry which, in flip, has Ogee curve detailing above the door. The topic property is the northwest nook lot on the block, and the detailed architectural focus of the constructing is on its northwest nook, across the porch and entryway. A modest storage, set again from the west façade and decrease in top than the principle constructing, is inbuilt the identical model because the hooked up home. The exterior has been totally restored to keep up the unique supplies, and is in pristine situation. The landscaping has likewise been restored, eradicating and changing overgrown shrubs and timber. The inside of the constructing can also be largely unaltered, and contains authentic flooring and wall-coverings: the basement lounge space options use of the National Parks Service Rustic “Parkitecture” custom, together with replicated log partitions in concrete.”
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