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LeCluse Farm
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Description

Summary

This house is located in Onondaga Township. Of note is the design in the walls made by alternating red and yellow bricks.


Architectural Features

This building is a single detached, two storey house with a high gable roof. Designs have been created in the stretcher bond brick walls by alternating red and yellow bricks. A two stack chimney linked at the base is at the front centre of the home and a single stack chimney can be found at the rear of the home on the right hand side. Wood finials can be found on the roof trim gables and the garage roof features a cupola. The arch designs above the windows are radiating voussoirs which alternate between red and yellow brick. The majority of the sash windows appear to be fixed inside moulded frames.


Subject(s)
Local identifier
2015CB005
Collection
Historic Buildings of the County of Brant
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1168 Longitude: -80.11635
Recommended Citation
LeCluse Farm, 2015. County of Brant Public Library. Item No. 2015CB005
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County of Brant Public Library
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County of Brant Public Library (Paris Branch)
12 William Street
Paris, ON
N3L 1K7 | @brantlibrary
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LeCluse Farm



Summary

This house is located in Onondaga Township. Of note is the design in the walls made by alternating red and yellow bricks.


Architectural Features

This building is a single detached, two storey house with a high gable roof. Designs have been created in the stretcher bond brick walls by alternating red and yellow bricks. A two stack chimney linked at the base is at the front centre of the home and a single stack chimney can be found at the rear of the home on the right hand side. Wood finials can be found on the roof trim gables and the garage roof features a cupola. The arch designs above the windows are radiating voussoirs which alternate between red and yellow brick. The majority of the sash windows appear to be fixed inside moulded frames.