1087 old mohawk road hamilton

This is what a $3.7 million mansion looks like in Hamilton

A mansion on a beautiful wooded lot in Hamilton is the perfect place for post-pandemic gatherings.

The nearly 9,000 square-foot home at 1087 Old Mohawk Rd. in the community of Ancaster is set on just under three acres of land.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The home at 1087 Old Mohawk Rd. in Hamilton has a "Miami Deco" feel. 

This property is on the market for $3.7 million, which is a bargain compared to Toronto prices.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The living room has huge windows to enjoy the natural setting.

Gated in this tranquil conservation setting, the home offers tons of privacy.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The home is gated, allowing for privacy.

But with "some of the most incredible gathering areas you can ask for," according to the realtor, entertaining is where this home would shine.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

There are large rooms for entertaining.

The home boasts a games room and inground pool with a poolside cabana.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

This poolside cabana would be great for entertaining or relaxing.

There are five bedrooms and nine bathrooms for all your guests.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The bedrooms are bright and airy.

With three kitchens, there is plenty of room to cook for those visitors.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The home has three kitchens.

The home has high ceilings and Italian finishes throughout, providing for a "Miami Deco" feel.

1087 old mohawk road hamilton

The home is set on nearly three acres of beautiful forest.

With 33 parking spaces, you will be able to welcome those guests, once the pandemic is over.

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Realtor.ca via Royal LePage

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