Friday, June 8, 2018


101 Inchbury St, Hamilton, ON


101 Inchbury is a wonderful century cottage which backs onto the historical Dundurn Castle parklands, and kitchen garden, which catered to the MacNab family over 150 years ago.

Hamilton Spectator photo

Dundurn National Historic Site, Kitchen Garden 

Just imagine the picturesque sightlines from your very own yard featuring formal gardens, informal park-like areas, and natural undisturbed slopes and ravines.

101 Inchbury is your canvas to great living. 

The Luncheon on the Grass, 1862 by Edouard Manet

Reminiscent of Manet’s Luncheon on the Grass, the home’s white painted brick and grey trim are a dreamy palette  against the lush green landscape and picture perfect magnolia blooms.

Scenery aside, history wants you to buy this house. Literally. Early maps of Hamilton show the street existing in 1842, and being named INCHBUY”.

So take cue from the 1840s and don’t look back. You’ll be glad you did! 101 Inchbury features all the charm and quaint details you’d expect plus many modern updates. 

The ground level boasts main floor laundry, both living and dining rooms, den, large kitchen, bath, plus a large mud room for the kids.

Upstairs there are 3 cozy bedrooms and a second bath. Then we come full circle to your incredible yard. This serene space is the idyllic spot to enjoy all the beauty and wonder of nature throughout the four seasons.


The crowning glory is the amazing detached 10.6 foot x 32 foot board and batten studio in the rear – perfect as an artist’s workshop, music studio or your handyman projects.

Make the move to 101 Inchbury. Directions to your future home could be as simple (and brag worthy) as “we’re right beside the castle”.

Open house this Sat Jun 9th & Sun Jun 10th, 2-4pm!

Offered at $479,900
Presented by Mark and Vivian DeBruyn-Smith
Royal LePage State Realty, Brokerage
905.525.3737 Bus / 905.570.2500 Cell

Photos by Tom Vogel,

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