73 Aberdeen Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario circa 1925
This grand and imposing Georgian has a presence that takes your breath away. I've always admired the exterior and the magnificent caged iron lanterns flanking the sides of the front door. Without ever stepping inside I knew, like the anticipation of a great gift, that the long stepped path to the front door would reveal amazing things. And boy, was I right!
Built in 1925 for utilities magnate P.V. Byrnes (President, United Fuel and Gas Company, Hamilton) by Hutton and Souter architects (e.g. Christ the King Basilica and Cathedral Secondary School, Hamilton).
- Located in the prestigious Durand Neighbourhood
- Original hardwood floors with mahogany inlay
- 10 foot ceilings, plaster cornices, original plaster mouldings, wainscotting, multiple fireplaces
- French doors, built in bookcases, and custom closets
- 7 bedrooms, spacious principal rooms
- Formal separate dining room with ornamental mouldings
- Window boxes and cabinetry
- Family room, den, and a heated year-round sunroom overlooking the garden
- Slate roof, Viessman boiler, and updated wiring
Offered for sale at $1.399MM
Listing with Zena Dalton of Judy Marsales Realty Ltd
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Check out the gorgeous photos below by Tom Vogel