Hamilton's southwest is always in demand and this south of Aberdeen locale is no exception. Undermount is a mature tree-lined stretch of family friendly character homes located in the sweet spot between Aberdeen and Glenfern avenues, just east of Locke street south.
This American Foursquare design home recently surfaced on the market for $1,045,000 (listing with Zena Dalton) and didn't last long when salivating buyers compared her historic offerings to other options, hundreds of thousands more in asking price. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if this beauty sold for over-ask (Update: Sold for 10% over ask!)!
- Centre Hall Plan
- Deep front porch
- 6 beds, 2 full + 2 half baths, across 2,814 square feet of living space
- Original inlaid walnut hardwood floors + reclaimed wood floors throughout
- Leaded glass doors
- Second floor sun-room with views of the Niagara Escarpment
- Finished 3rd floor attic with original cast iron soaker tub
- Glass and brass door knobs
- Ornamental fireplaces
- Professionally landscaped yard
American foursquare's origins are rooted in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright who shunned asymmetrical late Victorian architecture. This new style promised affordable, utilitarian housing. Truly a square, often measuring 28' x 28', 29' x 29', or 30' x 30'.
Read more about Foursquare architecture HERE
EXTRA FRESH FACT
American Four Square architectural design used to be known as "Farmhouse in the City".