Tuesday, October 12, 2021

TWO DOORS. 4 YEARS LATER. DOUBLE THE PRICE.

27 Sydenham Street, Dundas, ON circa 1856/58

This Dundas stone cottage is back on the market after last surfacing in 2017. 4 years later and the asking price is nearly double at $1,695,000. Granted the market is a whole new beast and the interior has undergone a complete one-eighty.



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Numbers a-side, 27 Sydenham is a stone cold looker (literally).


This limestone cottage is immediately captivating with her two front entry doors. Many assume she's a semi when in fact she was converted into a single family home in the 19th century. Her previous stewards lived here for over 50 years and retained much of the original character (see the before photos in the link above).

The current owners have breathed new life into her 4 walls with ultra contemporary updates from art glass to open stairs to sleek fixtures and finishes. Yet somehow they blend harmoniously with the original hardwoods, exposed stone walls, original trim and transom windows.





For house hunters seeking the perfect blend of trendy and traditional this 2+1 bedroom historic cottage may be the one.






Dundas offers picture perfect living with a small town feel and easy access to big city amenities. There's no doubt 27 Sydenham will be FRESHLY picked, aka SOLD, soon! Check her out. Full listing details HERE with Steve Roblin of Judy Marsales Real Estate Ltd.




















Photos by Cathy Koop and Raquel Fassler, creative associates at Vogel Creative.


RECENTLY SOLD IN #DUNDASONT

53 Cross Street was re-listed at $2,650,000 and sold for $2,662,000 (listed with Steve Roblin). This 19th century home was also once two semis, converted into single family living. Must have been a trend in Dundas back in the day! Anyways, Cross Street is a DREAM and this home fits the bill. She may be gone but that doesn't mean you can't drool over her listing photos for eternity! Check out this heaping helping of eye candy from Tom Vogel of  Vogel Creative.