This Romanesque show stopper on Ravenscliffe Avenue, the epicenter of well-heeled Hamilton homes, was built in 1906 for George W. Robinson (of Robinson’s Department Stores) by renowned architect Charles Mills (more below).
In today's overheated market exceptional is often stifled by overrated BUT with this home exceptional prevails.
Details of a bygone era are evident throughout, including stunning exterior masonry, to die for etched beveled glass double entry doors, inlaid hardwood floors, curved glass windows, and so much more!
Not much more to say except the HOT Hamilton market just got HOTTER. Add 2 Ravenscliffe to your personal 'brick list' and enjoy all her 5,500 square feet of splendor captured through the lens of Tom Vogel...
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Coming soon to realtor.ca!
Listing with Mark and Vivian Debruyn-Smith
Offered at $1.699MM
Preview listing HERE
Photos by www.vogel-creative.com
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Spotlight on Charles Mills
Mills formed a real-estate partnership in 1882 with John Waldie and developed Herkimer, Queen and Locke Streets in Hamilton.
He also designed the oldest remaining bank building in Hamilton (The Landed Banking and Loan Building c. 1908 on the north east corner of Main & James St):