The Hamilton Spectator

Flamboroug­h home listed for $3.3M offers ‘timeless design and modern luxury’

Middletown Road property spans more than four hectares and features handcrafte­d millwork

- FALLON HEWITT REPORTER FALLON HEWITT IS A REPORTER AT THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR. FHEWITT@TORSTAR.CA

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$3,299,000

Flamboroug­h Located near Christie Lake Conservati­on Area and a short drive from Dundas, this home is one of a handful of properties in the area listed for more than $3 million.

Situated on Middletown Road, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom home boasts more than 6,000 square feet of living space and offers a “blend of timeless design and modern luxury,” said Marty Staz, a salesperso­n with RE/MAX Escarpment Realty Inc.

Staz said the colonial-style home features soaring ceilings, hardwood flooring, large windows, multiple fireplaces and handcrafte­d millwork throughout.

“Each and every space has been graciously appointed,” said Staz. “It’s timeless and elegant.”

On the main floor, there is a great room with built-in shelving and a wet bar, an airy formal dining area, an eat-in kitchen with a walk-in pantry and commercial-grade appliances, an office and a secondary living room.

“It’s an unbelievab­le entertaine­r’s home,” said Staz, noting that the dining room could seat more than a dozen people. “It couldn’t get any better.”

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms — including the primary suite — and three bathrooms. The primary suite features a large walk-in closet and a five-piece ensuite with a soaker tub. All of the bedrooms have walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms, while the laundry room is also located on the upper level.

Outside, Staz said there is a stone patio located inside a fenced-off space ideal for children or dogs as well as a small horse barn with three stalls. The entire property spans roughly four hectares, with walking trails through the wooded area and space for a swimming pool.

Staz said the house could be ideal for a growing family or those looking to try multi-generation­al living as the basement of the home is partially finished and could be used as an in-law suite as it has a separate entrance.

Why is it priced this way? Staz said the price of the home was determined by the size of both the home and property, comparable­s on the market and the features of the house.

The property last sold for $1.73 million in early 2019, according to HouseSigma, a real estate data collection service.

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SHLOMI AMIGA PHOTOGRAPH­Y PHOTOS A living room inside of 802 Middletown Rd. in Flamboroug­h. The home boasts more than 6,000 square feet of living space.
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Above, the entire property includes walking trails through the wooded area.
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The formal dining room is on the main floor.
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The eat-in kitchen has a walk-in pantry.
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One of the home’s four bathrooms.

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