MLS# H4092066 Price: $2,100,000
One of the finest examples of Queen Anne Revival architecture remaining in Hamilton, this exceptional property has had only 4 owners in its nearly 125-year history. Originally known as “Maple Lawn”, the home was constructed in the grandest manner of its time using the finest materials & craftsmanship. The magnificent main house features main flr reception rm & drawing rm, formal dining rm, orig butler’s pantry & library. The interior is almost completely intact & is filled w/ exceptional orig details: coffered oak paneling in the vestibule, original chandeliers, nine ft solid oak pocket doors, ten ft ceilings, stunning ceiling medallions, crown mouldings & 4 fireplaces. The orig grand oak staircase features a Ponce de Leon torchiere on the newell post, a 6-ft stained-glass window on the landing & leads to the 6 bdrms on the 2nd flr. A 2nd stairway leads to the spacious unfinished attic. The property also features an adjoining 2 bdrm cottage & coach house. The exterior is of red sandstone & brick. The main house features a turret, wrap around porch & slate roofs on all 3 buildings. The coach house has the orig oxford doors & rooftop cupola. The coach house is heated & plumbed and offers a 2-pc bathroom and huge loft with orig timber floors. The cottage adjoins the main house and offers 2 bdrms, kitchen, living room and 4-pc bathroom. Truly a remarkable property and a unique opportunity to own a significant piece of Hamilton’s architectural heritage.
81 Very Walkable
80 Excellent Transit
Property Details: 254 Bay Street S (near Charlton Ave W )
||254 Bay Street S
||Charlton Ave W
||Hamilton West (12)
||Durand North (122)
||Duplex - Side/Side
||Lease Rate Per
||2 1/2 Storey
Room Details All dimensions are in square feet (sq ft).
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