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12 Ravenscliffe Avenue, Hamilton Ontario, circa 1908
This beautiful house has been on an off the market since 2008. I am certain there are a lot of who would dream of residing right here however not too many who’ve the $2.3MM means to take action. In truth, the $1.5MM they have been asking for it in 2012 looks like a cut price compared!
$2.3MM or $1.5MM – this home is price each penny if you happen to can afford it. 12 Ravenscliffe is an anchor on Hamilton’s most prestigious road (assume Rosedale neighbourhood in Toronto).
Anyway, try the photographs beneath and get misplaced within the magnificence and story behind this wonderful house. It might have been constructed over 100 years in the past, however there is no denying its one FRESH piece of BRICK!
|Homes on Ravenscliffe Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario
The unique options stay – the mahogany trim, the oak doorways, the marble fireplaces, the white tile within the lavatory. And the basement vault that’s now a wine cellar, full with some inventory from Phin’s day – even an historical Guinness.
Three-car garages are uncommon even in the present day, however W.E. Phin had one 100 years in the past, full with basement, mechanic’s pit and hand-cranked gasoline pump. It’s nonetheless there.
The home at 12 Ravenscliffe has a pool, after all. But this mansion additionally options what must be the oldest gasoline pump on the town.
And in the home, decrease degree, the magnificent full-size 1922 Burroughes & Watts billiards desk remains to be prepared for play. VIEW LISTING HERE
Lots of Windex wanted right here, as a result of the 1908 house has 84 home windows
This eight-bedroom home was inbuilt 1908 for one W.E. Phin, whose actions included dredging the Welland Canal. He lived within the Hamilton mansion till his dying days. The present proprietor purchased the house from spinster descendant Skye Phin in 1981 for $250,000.
The unique house, nonetheless standing, was as soon as the one property on Ravenscliffe. Built in 1881(by Hamilton architect James Balfour), “Ravenscliffe, was, and stays, one of many City’s most notable mansions. Originally set in grounds masking 9 acres, between Hess and Caroline streets, close to the bottom of the escarpment, Ravenscliffe was approached by an extended, round driveway. After the World War one period, the grounds of the palatial mansion have been regularly divided and bought for the constructing of different stunning properties. The lengthy driveway is now Ravenscliffe Avenue..
|Postcard from 1922 with 12 Ravenscliffe featured within the background
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