Located in historic and prestigious Dickson Hill, this Queen Anne style home, on a large lot, comes complete with modern amenities, double garage and ample parking, in-ground pool and expansive perennial gardens. Built circa 1880, this charming yellow brick home features gingerbread trim, dichromatic brickwork, stained glass windows, cornice brackets, screened-in porch, large covered veranda and turret. Inside, greet guests in the foyer before touring the principal rooms with high ceilings: a front parlour with wood fireplace, dining room with pocket doors, family room with access to the covered wrap-around porch, renovated kitchen, powder room, and laundry/mudroom - a perfect complement to this large family home. On the second floor take notice the original oak banister and railings that lead to four newly painted bedrooms and main bath. The third floor loft boasts a bedroom, office, gas fireplace, skylight and library in the turret. Within walking distance of downtown, Hamilton Family Theater and future GasLight District. Close to a French immersion school, Victoria Park (Lawn/Tennis Club and Cricket Pitch) and lit by Victorian reproduction globe street lamps. The house and the area are often the site of film shoots and has appeared in Murdoch Mysteries and the neighbourhood on The Handmaid’s Tale.
||22 Lansdowne Road North
|Type of Dwelling
||3,142 Sq. Ft.
||87x150 Sq. Ft.
RE/MAX Aboutowne Realty Corp., Brokerage
||Library, Park, Quiet Area, Schools, French Immersion School, Victoria Park (Lawn and Tennis Club, Cricket Pitch); Hamilton Family Theater
||Auto Garage Door Remote(s), Central Vacuum, Water Softener, Covered Wrap-around Porch; Hardwood Floors, Screened-in Porch
||In-ground pool, Gas Fireplace, Wood-burning Fireplace