295 BROCK ROAD, GREENSVILLE, ON circa 1830s
This aspect corridor manor home in-built 1830 by Scottish Stone Masons has survived nearly unchanged inside and outside for nearly 200 years!
FRESH FACT: Known as Kirby home, constructed by Andrew Todd KIRBY.
I truly considered this home just a few years in the past at an open home (a really busy one) and with out hesitation that is essentially the most hauntingly lovely dwelling I’ve seen. The ceilings soar, the rooms dwarf and the character seduces. Truly a time capsule property. Some imaginative and prescient required however a worthy trade-off contemplating every thing is traditionally intact.
- Large (.97 Acre) lot
- 12 ft ceilings
- Floor to ceiling window bays with paneled shutters
- Two and a half foot thick stone partitions
- Black walnut staircase
- Giant fanlight arch
- Eleven foot pre-confederation window
- Sixteen foot first flooring touchdown
- Two giant matching Count Rumford fireplaces
- Oversize cross and bible* strong black walnut doorways
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