at a glance.
- 8 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- 3,384 Sqft
at a glance.
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 floor reception room & drawing room, formal dining room, original butler’s pantry & library. The interior is almost completely intact & is filled with exceptional original details: coffered oak paneling in the vestibule, original chandeliers, nine foot solid oak pocket doors, ten foot ceilings, stunning ceiling medallions, crown mouldings & 4 fireplaces. The original 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 bedrooms on the 2nd floor.
A second stairway leads to the spacious unfinished attic. The property also features an adjoining 2 bedroom 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 original oxford doors & rooftop cupola. The coach house is heated & plumbed and offers a 2-pc bathroom and huge loft with original timber floors. The cottage adjoins the main house and offers 2 bedrooms, 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. Watch the teaser video here.
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254 Bay Street South, Hamilton, Ontario