Ravenscliffe White House up for sale for $2.4 millionRavenscliffe White House up for sale for $2.4 millionRavenscliffe White House up for sale for $2.4 million

by:Merttace     2020-04-16
When you bypass the first properties on the slopes of Hamilton\'s spectacular Ravenscliffe foothills, suddenly there is no.
6, its white splendor seems to come to you from the surroundings, just as it has been waiting.
First of all, as we said, it is white, almost vanilla ice cream white, very conspicuous in the tone of the Earth
White color palette nearby.
It is sometimes called the White House (
Don\'t confuse with the one in D. C.
Big Mac wrappers are everywhere on the floor)
Or a bank House.
It\'s one thing to separate anywhere.
It\'s really a trick to stand out in an outstanding enclave of architecture like the lavinscliffe area, but it did, no.
6. William Pinkney and David Keve.
When they saw it in 1983, they won.
\"It does have \'containment appeal, \'\" Bill said with a modest smile \'. \".
What it says in the real estate literature is to curb attraction. And history. What history.
Is it real estate literature I\'m talking about?
Bill and Dave are selling their houses 34 years later.
The attraction is not just that it is as bright as the smile in the toothpaste advertisement (
In a city with factories, this is not an easy standard to adhere).
In addition, its appearance is presented in its elegance at a grand rhythm of pre-war, Palladio and Georgian colors.
High-tech classical ion column and full column, glass door with fan light, echoed by large lights
Hungry windows on both sides, balcony on top.
The roof is a bucket of red clay. (
There is also a terrace, two side colonnades and an indoor pool. )
Then you go in.
\"We went through the door and everything was right,\" Bill said . \".
This is their dream home.
Marble, handmade fireplace, eight of them.
Original Regent wallpaper, velvet in groups.
Corner lights in the main restaurant.
Gorgeous French baijiale and Irish crystal chandeliers.
Winding stairs.
Beautiful cornice shape with toothpaste.
Suite with eight bathrooms.
Bill and Dave got to know each other through the antique business in the early 1980 s, and they were all good at antique business. still do).
So far they have been here and spent almost all their lives together in their beloved neighborhood, and they all agree that it\'s time to leave and it\'s heartbreaking.
They are ready to scale down and turn the place into a bigger family.
The room is inside.
They are only the fourth owner of the place, built in 1911 by Bank of Montreal for its regional manager so they can entertain. (
The architect is the famous Willan Wilton, who built many wells
Famous Hamilton architecture including beautiful heckmer apartments. )
\"BMO wants to make a statement,\" Bill said . \".
A classical thing that shows both strength and elegance.
\"In the end, the bank sold it to the doctor.
Dermatologist Ken Colin says Bill is a partner at the legendary Murray Anderson at the brand hotel and is no longer there.
\"For performers performing at the legendary Brant Inn, the house is like a hotel,\" Dave added . \".
\"There is a lock on the door of their bedroom.
\"Thus, the bedroom of this solemn estate closed the sleep of stars such as Louis Armstrong, Sophie Tucker, dizziness Gillespie and the Gabo sisters, and perhaps insomnia.
It is basically the clubhouse of the brand hotel. The late Dr.
Ken, a colorful big man, often passes by Bill and Dave to tell them stories after selling his house.
There is a lovely marble bar at the end of the restaurant, Dave said, obviously, \"guests used to gamble at the bar, not just giving them the car keys they lost in the bet, and the key to the house.
\"When I went to visit Bill and Dave, I had half of the hope of seeing a rolling tail lion moving inside with a thick line, a black tie and a tail, but that was not the case.
Antiques are everywhere in the house.
From the late 1700 s, exquisite furniture was inlaid with trees;
Art glass collection, painting, various cultural relics.
Most of the details of the House are carefully preserved.
There was a bell on the wall that once called the servant.
Neither Dave nor bill.
\"I pushed and pushed, but no one came,\" Bill joked . \".
They want $2. 4 million.
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-
When you bypass the first properties on the slopes of Hamilton\'s spectacular ravenskliff foothills, suddenly there is no.
6, its white splendor seems to come to you from the surroundings, just as it has been waiting.
First of all, as we said, it is white, almost vanilla ice cream white, very conspicuous in the tone of the Earth
White color palette nearby.
It is sometimes called the White House (
Don\'t confuse with the one in D. C.
Big Mac wrappers are everywhere on the floor)
Or a bank House.
It\'s one thing to separate anywhere.
It\'s really a trick to stand out in an outstanding enclave of architecture like the lavinscliffe area, but it did, no.
6. William Pinkney and David Keve.
When they saw it in 1983, they won.
\"It does have \'containment appeal, \'\" Bill said with a modest smile \'. \".
What it says in the real estate literature is to curb attraction. And history. What history.
Is it real estate literature I\'m talking about?
Bill and Dave are selling their houses 34 years later.
\"It does have a \'containment appeal.
\"William Pinkney.
The attraction of the White House owner is not only that it is as bright as a smile in a toothpaste advertisement (
In a city with factories, this is not an easy standard to adhere).
In addition, its appearance is presented in its elegance at a grand rhythm of pre-war, Palladio and Georgian colors.
High-tech classical ion column and full column, glass door with fan light, echoed by large lights
Hungry windows on both sides, balcony on top.
The roof is a bucket of red clay. (
There is also a terrace, two side colonnades and an indoor pool. )
Then you go in.
\"We went through the door and everything was right,\" Bill said . \".
This is their dream home.
Marble, handmade fireplace, eight of them.
Original Regent wallpaper, velvet in groups.
Corner lights in the main restaurant.
Gorgeous French baijiale and Irish crystal chandeliers.
Winding stairs.
Beautiful cornice shape with toothpaste.
Suite with eight bathrooms.
Bill and Dave got to know each other through the antique business in the early 1980 s, and they were all good at antique business. still do).
So far they have been here and spent almost all their lives together in their beloved neighborhood, and they all agree that it\'s time to leave and it\'s heartbreaking.
They are ready to scale down and turn the place into a bigger family.
The room is inside.
They are only the fourth owner of the place, built in 1911 by Bank of Montreal for its regional manager so they can entertain. (
The architect is the famous Willan Wilton, who built many wells
Famous Hamilton architecture including beautiful heckmer apartments. )
\"BMO wants to make a statement,\" Bill said . \".
A classical thing that shows both strength and elegance.
\"In the end, the bank sold it to the doctor.
Dermatologist Ken Colin says Bill is a partner at the legendary Murray Anderson at the brand hotel and is no longer there.
\"For performers performing at the legendary Brant Inn, the house is like a hotel,\" Dave added . \".
\"There is a lock on the door of their bedroom.
\"Thus, the bedroom of this solemn estate closed the sleep of stars such as Louis Armstrong, Sophie Tucker, dizziness Gillespie and the Gabo sisters, and perhaps insomnia.
It is basically the clubhouse of the brand hotel. The late Dr.
Ken, a colorful big man, often passes by Bill and Dave to tell them stories after selling his house.
There is a lovely marble bar at the end of the restaurant, Dave said, obviously, \"guests used to gamble at the bar, not just giving them the car keys they lost in the bet, and the key to the house.
\"When I went to visit Bill and Dave, I had half of the hope of seeing a rolling tail lion moving inside with a thick line, a black tie and a tail, but that was not the case.
Antiques are everywhere in the house.
From the late 1700 s, exquisite furniture was inlaid with trees;
Art glass collection, painting, various cultural relics.
Most of the details of the House are carefully preserved.
There was a bell on the wall that once called the servant.
Neither Dave nor bill.
\"I pushed and pushed, but no one came,\" Bill joked . \".
They want $2. 4 million.
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-
When you bypass the first properties on the slopes of Hamilton\'s spectacular ravenskliff foothills, suddenly there is no.
6, its white splendor seems to come to you from the surroundings, just as it has been waiting.
First of all, as we said, it is white, almost vanilla ice cream white, very conspicuous in the tone of the Earth
White color palette nearby.
It is sometimes called the White House (
Don\'t confuse with the one in D. C.
Big Mac wrappers are everywhere on the floor)
Or a bank House.
It\'s one thing to separate anywhere.
It\'s really a trick to stand out in an outstanding enclave of architecture like the lavinscliffe area, but it did, no.
6. William Pinkney and David Keve.
When they saw it in 1983, they won.
\"It does have \'containment appeal, \'\" Bill said with a modest smile \'. \".
What it says in the real estate literature is to curb attraction. And history. What history.
Is it real estate literature I\'m talking about?
Bill and Dave are selling their houses 34 years later.
\"It does have a \'containment appeal.
\"William Pinkney.
The attraction of the White House owner is not only that it is as bright as a smile in a toothpaste advertisement (
In a city with factories, this is not an easy standard to adhere).
In addition, its appearance is presented in its elegance at a grand rhythm of pre-war, Palladio and Georgian colors.
High-tech classical ion column and full column, glass door with fan light, echoed by large lights
Hungry windows on both sides, balcony on top.
The roof is a bucket of red clay. (
There is also a terrace, two side colonnades and an indoor pool. )
Then you go in.
\"We went through the door and everything was right,\" Bill said . \".
This is their dream home.
Marble, handmade fireplace, eight of them.
Original Regent wallpaper, velvet in groups.
Corner lights in the main restaurant.
Gorgeous French baijiale and Irish crystal chandeliers.
Winding stairs.
Beautiful cornice shape with toothpaste.
Suite with eight bathrooms.
Bill and Dave got to know each other through the antique business in the early 1980 s, and they were all good at antique business. still do).
So far they have been here and spent almost all their lives together in their beloved neighborhood, and they all agree that it\'s time to leave and it\'s heartbreaking.
They are ready to scale down and turn the place into a bigger family.
The room is inside.
They are only the fourth owner of the place, built in 1911 by Bank of Montreal for its regional manager so they can entertain. (
The architect is the famous Willan Wilton, who built many wells
Famous Hamilton architecture including beautiful heckmer apartments. )
\"BMO wants to make a statement,\" Bill said . \".
A classical thing that shows both strength and elegance.
\"In the end, the bank sold it to the doctor.
Dermatologist Ken Colin says Bill is a partner at the legendary Murray Anderson at the brand hotel and is no longer there.
\"For performers performing at the legendary Brant Inn, the house is like a hotel,\" Dave added . \".
\"There is a lock on the door of their bedroom.
\"Thus, the bedroom of this solemn estate closed the sleep of stars such as Louis Armstrong, Sophie Tucker, dizziness Gillespie and the Gabo sisters, and perhaps insomnia.
It is basically the clubhouse of the brand hotel. The late Dr.
Ken, a colorful big man, often passes by Bill and Dave to tell them stories after selling his house.
There is a lovely marble bar at the end of the restaurant, Dave said, obviously, \"guests used to gamble at the bar, not just giving them the car keys they lost in the bet, and the key to the house.
\"When I went to visit Bill and Dave, I had half of the hope of seeing a rolling tail lion moving inside with a thick line, a black tie and a tail, but that was not the case.
Antiques are everywhere in the house.
From the late 1700 s, exquisite furniture was inlaid with trees;
Art glass collection, painting, various cultural relics.
Most of the details of the House are carefully preserved.
There was a bell on the wall that once called the servant.
Neither Dave nor bill.
\"I pushed and pushed, but no one came,\" Bill joked . \".
They want $2. 4 million.
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-3306
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