DREAM BIG FRESH BRICK LOVERS…26 Ravenscliffe Ave., and its chimneys, towers, turrets and 10 bedrooms, are up for grabs!
Now is your likelihood to personal an necessary piece of Hamilton historical past – to not point out your personal Victorian fortress. This landmark dwelling is really spectacular. All it takes is the spark of a dream to catalyze the chance of a lifetime. Make the transfer and begin making reminiscences in Ravenscliffe.
The circa 1881 property first hit the market in 2010 for near $three million. Now listed at $1.59 million. Coming quickly to realtor.ca! Listed by Colette Cooper & Zena Dalton of Judy Marsales Real Estate Ltd.
- Scottish Stone exterior, dramatic roof strains, tall home windows, a number of turrets
- Nestled below the escarpment in lovely Durand neighbourhood
- Located on one among Hamilton’s premier streets
- Approx. 11,000 sq. ft.
- Spacious principal rooms with 12′ ceilings, lovely carved woodwork, trim, beams & intricate plaster mouldings
- eight+2 bedrooms and 5.5 baths
- Castle Keep from the third storey affords magnificent views of the City
- Grand lobby on important degree
- Spacious touchdown on the bed room degree
- 2 staircases together with the true butler stairs to former butler quarters
- Basement walk-up
- Circular drive & carport.
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Built in 1881 and designed by Hamilton architect James Balfour was, and stays, one of many Ambitious City’s most notable mansions.
Balfour, additionally liable for the design of Hamilton 1890 period City Hall on James Street North, included each a sq. tower on the east aspect ( left within the photograph,) and a spherical turret to the west (proper in photograph) in distinctive structure Ravenscliffe.
Originally set in grounds protecting 9 acres, between Hess and Caroline streets, close to the bottom of the escarpment, Ravenscliffe was approached by a protracted, round driveway.
After the World War one period, the grounds of the palatial mansion had been steadily divided and offered for the constructing of different lovely properties. The lengthy driveway is now Ravenscliffe Avenue.
ALSO FOR SALE ON RAVENSCLIFFE AVENUE
W.E. PHIN MANSION CIRCA 1908
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