Addison Estates

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

The Epicenter of Stateliness

3 TURNER AVE, HAMILTON, ON CIRCA 1911


This gorgeous Colonial Revival home plays well with her impressive character neighbours. This property truly offers brand name living on one of the finest streets in the city. 


Turner Avenue is one of the many richly (estate) lined arteries that connects to the heart of the historic Durand neighbourhood north and south of Aberdeen Avenue. And trust me, if this property doesn’t already have your heart pumping and blood flowing, it surely will after you are treated to this visual feast from photographer Tom Vogel.

FRESH FEATURES:
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 3.5 baths
  • 80’ x 140’ lot


  • Extra high ceilings, pocket doors, paneled den & more...



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Offered at $1,150,000
Listed with Zena Dalton, Judy Marsales Real Estate Ltd.
VIEW FULL LISTING HERE
Open House Sunday April 10th 2-4pm!

FRESH FACT:
·        Turner Avenue has turned (no pun intended) over a few properties in the last 5 or so years, including #3 (4 years ago), #5, #7, #9 and #18.

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FRESH FACT: COLONIAL REVIVAL STYLE (c. 1890-1940)
Accompanied by photos of #3 Turner
  • A symmetrical fa├žade, but may have side porches or sunrooms on either or both sides.

  • Rectangular mass
  • Usually a medium pitch, side-gable roof with narrow eaves. Hipped roofs and dormers are occasionally seen.
  • Multi-pane (six-over-six or six-over-one lights are common), double-hung windows with correctly proportioned shutters, bay windows.
  • The entrance is centered and accented with columns, pilasters, pediment, and/or maybe hooded to create a covered porch. It may have a fanlight or transom, sidelights, and/or a paneled door
  • Other design elements may include classical columns, two-story pilasters, quoins at corners, dentil trim under eaves, or Palladian windows.