County of Brant Public Library Digital Collections
Ron Eddy House
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Description

Summary

Located in South Dumfries Township, this house was built in approximately 1888. County of Brant Mayor Ron Eddy currently resides in this home. The original home on this property was built in 1820. The County of Brant Public Library thanks Mayor Eddy for inviting us to his home in order to document its architectural contribution to the County.


Architectural Features

The building is a single detached 2 1/2 storey house with an overhanging gable and cottage roofs. The exterior brick walls were laid with a Flemish bond design and there are three single-stack chimneys. Windows are double hung sash style with some upper windows being a semi-circular shape. The arch design over the windows features radiating voussoirs.


Date of Original
1888
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Eddy, Ron
Local identifier
2015CB005
Collection
Historic Buildings of the County of Brant
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2501 Longitude: -80.24966
Recommended Citation
Ron Eddy House, 2015. County of Brant Public Library. Item No. 2015CB005
Terms of Use
For research purposes only.
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County of Brant Public Library
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Agency street/mail address
County of Brant Public Library (Paris Branch)
12 William Street
Paris, ON
N3L 1K7 | @brantlibrary
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Ron Eddy House



Summary

Located in South Dumfries Township, this house was built in approximately 1888. County of Brant Mayor Ron Eddy currently resides in this home. The original home on this property was built in 1820. The County of Brant Public Library thanks Mayor Eddy for inviting us to his home in order to document its architectural contribution to the County.


Architectural Features

The building is a single detached 2 1/2 storey house with an overhanging gable and cottage roofs. The exterior brick walls were laid with a Flemish bond design and there are three single-stack chimneys. Windows are double hung sash style with some upper windows being a semi-circular shape. The arch design over the windows features radiating voussoirs.