$8,888,888 CAD | Built 1881 | 12,749 Sq. Ft. | 12 Beds | 8 Baths
26 Ravenscliffe Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8P 3M4
A 140-year-old castle majestically set in one of Hamilton, Ontario’s most prestigious neighbourhoods has hit the market for $8.8 million CAD. The towering nearly 13,000 square foot residence was designed by famed architect James Balfour and built in 1881 for William J. Copp of Copp Brothers, according to Urbanicity. Offered furnished complete with antiques and a 1928 Ford Model A, Ravenscliffe Castle includes 12 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms as well as architectural elements including a turret, five-storey tower, original carved woodwork, extensive trim & wainscoting and a fabulous Scottish stone exterior. Urbanicity also revealed that the, “residence was previously owned by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and former 13th Battalion Commanding Officer Sir John Morrison Gibson. Gibson lived inside Ravenscliffe Castle with his wife, 6 children, and 4 servants.” Ravenscliffe Castle is on the market for $8.8 million CAD with Robert Cekan of Ambitious Realty Advisors.