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158 Mary Street, Hamilton, Ontario
William Pring, appointed Surveyor of Customs in 1851, had this home inbuilt 1855 for himself and his household. At the time Mary Street was a serious artery all the way down to the east docks, warehouses, customized home, and previous Port Hamilton on Burlington Bay.
The location was perfect for William Pring. It was near the harbour and the customs workplace thought to have been within the submit workplace on James Street North. When Pring had his nice stone dwelling constructed, he had a view to the east of the Ferguson household farm that prolonged from Rebecca Street to the bay. He noticed a rising metropolis filled with optimism in all different instructions.
A metropolis heritage designation in 1991 acknowledged the William Pring House as a uncommon instance of pre-Confederation stone structure in Hamilton.
- The nine-foot ceilings
- Eight fireplaces
- Three-story spiral staircase with turned banister.
- Wondrous curved panelled doorways
- Thick limestone partitions
- Renaissance Revival entrance
- Finely detailed shutters
David Cuming, who manages heritage planning for MHBC, an city design and panorama structure agency in Kitchener, says the inside woodwork of the Pring home is on par with the best examples of pre-Confederation structure within the province, together with the Ruthven Estate in Cayuga.