On the map of our heritage walk, the reference number of this structure is 5

This beautiful stone house on Wharf Street was built in 1833 for John Marston. To this day, it remains one of Ontario’s best existing examples of Regency architecture, a style between Georgian and Victorian.

The house is remarkable for its large chequered windows crowned by arches, two large chimneys and a long porch lined by fine pillars. Elegant lattice work on the sides of the porch and in arches between pillars add to its great overall harmony.

Municipal Office

948 Pleasant Corner Road east
Vankleek Hill, Ontario
Tel.: 613.678.3003

Fom Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

The office is closed between
12:00pm and 1:00pm


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