73 Bramley St N
Port Hope, ON
First time on the market since this charming custom stone home was built in 1935. Designed and built by the same builder as the Charles Trick Currelly (Royal Ontario Museum founder) homes in Canton. This is the only home of its type in town.
Situated on a very private large lot located at the northern termination of Bramley St N and Cumberland Streets, this property features gleaming hardwood floors, main floor dining (which could be a third bedroom), ensuite in master and an additional full bath upstairs. A back porch provides a tranquil space to take in the beautiful perennial gardens.
Walkable to all downtown amenities with the feel of peaceful country. A rare Port Hope offering.
Taxes: $6,042 approx. (2017)