1910 Architect Herbert Bell Rugh-Designed Renaissance Revival in Winnipeg, Manitoba
$4,999,900 CAD | Built 1910 | 7,200 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7 Baths | 0.57 Acres
12 Ruskin Row, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M2R7
Designed by local architect Herbert Bell Rugh and built in 1910 for grain merchant Elbert Walter Kneeland, the Kneeland House is a landmark residence across from Crescentwood’s Peanut Park. Recently reimagined, the residence is on the market for $4.99 million CAD.
One of Crescentwood’s most iconic properties! A truly beautiful character home re-imagined by Harris Builders and the Design Shop. Classic elegance transcends modern living; the impressive library, music room, formal living/dining areas and original William Morris tapestry are flanked by a warm and bright contemporary kitchen/nook/family room and adjacent restored conservatory & solarium. The kitchen is a chef’s dream complete with butler’s pantry & high-end appliances. 3 gas fireplaces, 2 bathrooms and an office complete the main floor. 2nd floor; primary suite features fireplace, luxury bathing experience, dressing room, adjacent laundry, loft & 2 more Bedrooms. 3rd floor living area, kitchenette and 3 bedrooms make a perfect kid space. Basement features a large gym, storage & 2 piece bath. Full landscaping with fountain, fire pit, high-end pool/hot tub, multiple sitting areas, Sonos audio indoor & out. Large garage with 800 square foot, 1 bedroom guest house above with 4 piece bath & kitchen.
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