252 Highway eight, Greensville, ON (West Flamborough, within the City of Hamilton)
This FRESH itemizing requires a HOLY brick! Besides being ridiculously good wanting, this Classical Revival packs heritage punch. Its historical past dates again to 1833 and even contains archeological potential. Read extra beneath, however first deal with your self to a visible feast courtesy of Tom Vogel, www.vogel-creative.com.
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Significant for its affiliation with William McKinlay, Hugh McGinty Jr. and the early financial prosperity of West Flamborough
William McKinlay (1807-1849) got here to the village of West Flamborough within the early 1830s from the United States, buying the three-quarter acre lot upon which he would construct the McKinlay-McGinty House in 1833. He established an iron and brass foundry in 1836 and his enterprise grew to become an important financial concern within the village, contributing tremendously to its early prosperity.
The McKinlay-McGinty House, constructed in 1848, is a reminder of the city’s early progress and McKinlay’s contributions to it.
The home was acquired by Hugh McGinty Sr. in 1922. Hugh Sr. died in 1932, leaving the home to his son Hugh Jr., an area historian and a collector and restorer of early Canadian furnishings. McGinty remained in the home till his loss of life in 1982, bequeathing the property, its contents and his property to the Ontario Heritage Foundation (now Ontario Heritage Trust). It was acquired by the Trust in 1984, restored and bought as a non-public residence with a protecting covenant.
- Centre corridor plan designed within the Classical Revival type
- Two-and-a-half storeys excessive, constructed of pink brick laid in Flemish bond on a limestone basis
- Four pairs of octagonal brick chimneys and is capped with a low hip roof
- Four wood columns with Tuscan bases and capitals
- Sidelights and transom within the entrance entrance
- Palladian-inspired window
- Front home windows are detailed with shutters and rusticated voussoirs
- Greek Revival mantels within the parlour and ballroom
- Plank flooring, baseboards and 6 paneled doorways with pilaster and architrave trim
- Ornamental plaster work
- Black and white painted ground in a lozenge sample
- Stairs with cherry wooden railings with white spindles
- High baseboards, wood door and window frames and huge plank flooring
- Mature bushes surrounding the home
- Carriage home on the rear of the property
Although the McKinlay-McGinty House has by no means had an archaeological evaluation, animal bones, pottery shards, bottle fragments and items of clay pipe recovered point out a excessive archaeological potential on website.
Historical Source: //historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=10514