Mansions & Luxury

George’s $3,000,000 Heritage Farm

Talking Walls Photography

Talking Walls Photography

The family who built this house emigrated to Canada from England on November 18, 1848. They originally landed in the United States but weren’t welcomed by Americans. They chose to live in Canada instead.

In the 1880’s the family purchased a farm property. This home was one of two houses that were built upon 13 acres of land. The house contains four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It features a wooden staircase with newel post, beveled glass doors,  hardwood floors and crown molding. The fridge is the original 1930’s Frigidaire model and the stove appears to be the original as well.

After the father moved to Hamilton, his son took over the farming. The son began growing assorted vegetables. The family became well known particularly for their fresh tomatoes. In time the greenhouse production switched to flowers.

In 2013, the owner of the property requested that the property be removed from the list of Heritage Properties. The request was denied.

The house is valued at approximately $3,000,000.

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