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44 Wellington Street North, Cambridge, Ontario
This home is the traditionally listed William Leslie House circa 1855. Believed to be constructed by William Leslie a neighborhood carpenter. The home was bought in 1855 to Alexander Buchanan Reeve of North Dumfries and Wealthy Businessman who leased it to a family member. In 1872 the home was bought to R.P. Slater who turned a counselor in Galt and a rich businessman. He finally turned mayor of Niagara Falls. He can also be credited with convincing the Ontario authorities to supply their very own Hydro electrical energy somewhat than buying it from the U.S. R.P. Slater’s grandfather was probably concerned within the burning and setting adrift of the American ship the Caroline in an try and destroy provides being supplied by American sympathizers throughout the rebel of 1837. The home was bought in 1901 to Alexander Baird a Foreman at a neighborhood foundry. His brother Jack Baird painted lovely murals all through the home.(they had been painted over and eliminated by later house owners.)
Listed for $379,900 on realtor.ca. View the listing HERE.
The home is situated proper subsequent to metropolis corridor seconds to the historic metropolis Hall, The Cambridge Farmer’s Market, near many nice retailers and eating places, Dunfield Theatre, Southworks outlet mall. three minutes stroll to the Grand River and plenty of strolling & biking trails together with the trans Canada path route! The property is zoned Commercial/Residential and features a serviced constructing lot. Situated to supply a commanding view of Galt’s nice structure!
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