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83 Rothsay Ave, Hamilton

83 Rothsay Avenue, Hamilton

Sold | Listed for $899,900 / Sold for $1,200,088 with 6 offers 🔥🔥

Property Details

Are you in the market for the perfect home for yourself right now, but have high standards and a long list of must-haves?

This one-of-a-kind, stunning English Tudor is on one of the most desirable streets in the city, and it offers the best of what Hamilton has to offer.

It was built in 1930 and has approximately 2000 square feet above grade PLUS a 1-bedroom basement in-law suite with its own separate entrance. The home is filled with charm but lovingly renovated with top-quality modern conveniences, pot lights throughout (and permits!) over the years between 2017-2022. 

A well-designed common space houses shared laundry.

The single-width garage is double deep (making for an amazing shop).

The main floor features two fireplaces, two living areas, a formal dining room, and an incredible chef-inspired kitchen. There are  high end appliances, cupboards with “drawers within drawers,” hexagon backsplash, and quartz counters.

Leaded glass and stained glass windows are some of the special touches that preserve the history of the property.

A beautiful built in bar / coffee area adds a feeling of luxury.

The principal bedroom has had an ensuite bathroom added for privacy and comfort.

On the second level, a walkout to a large terrace with pergola and string lights is a pleasant place to enjoy private time outdoors.

We often say this, but there’s no disputing the statement here:  There is truly nothing to do but move in and enjoy.







Detached 2.5 Storey

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lot size

Garage (2), Asphalt Drive (4)





age of home

Finished w In-Law-Suite


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