200 Hatt Street, Dundas, Ontario
The entrance facade of this charming board and batten century cottage is heritage designated. Constructed in 1860, the residence at 200 Hatt St. was constructed as a retailer and dwelling for Thomas VanNoble who had owned the lot for a few years.
I’m just about obsessed. The primitive character and patina is pure perfection. And the William Morris type wallpaper is #all the pieces (Dear future homeowners, please don’t tear that down!).
I’m severely drooling like loopy over this one and the worth does not assist both at an extraordinary $327,000! It is extraordinarily uncommon to see a house come together with this stage of authentic character and at a value that’s palatable even for first time home-buyers.
FreshBrick lovers heed my recommendation and act shortly in case you are even considering of this one as a result of I can GUARANTEE it won’t final!
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|Hatt St circa 1860s, wanting west|