Historical Buildings of the County of Brant
Introduction

The goal of the Architectural Heritage Project is to create an inventory of buildings within the County of Brant that are significant from a historical perspective. The Library has worked with a number of organizations and individuals within the community for this project and the story of each building is provided as it was originally shared with us as much as possible. If you have any additional information about any of these buildings we would love to hear from you! All contributions are much appreciated and specifically acknowledged in each item's detailed record. Below you will find a number of buildings in the County that have been photographed and/or researched. Click on a building to view the associated record(s).

Burford


Bonney/Innes Farm


Charles Douglas Smith House


Davis Farm


Fairfield Plains United Church


Harley Homestead


Jull House


Russel Smith House


Shepherd Family Farm

Scotland


Bernard Smith House

Newport


Babineau House


Emmott Farm


McLean Farm


Thomas House

Onondaga


Don Wills Farm


Hamilton House


LeCluse Farm


Van Sickle Farm


Workman Home

Mount Pleasant


Cockshutt Summer House


Bow Park Farm


Bryning Manse


Phelps/Guest House


Tennant House


All Saints Anglican Church

Paris


Arlington Hotel


Asa Wolverton House


Barker House


Charles Mitchell House


Dr. Sowden House


Hamilton Place


Levi Boughton House


Old Paris Inn


Old Town Hall


Paris Lawn Bowling Club


Paris Public Library


Penmarvian


St. James Anglican Church


Workman's Cottages

Glen Morris


Christopher Latshaw House


Glen Morris Public Library


Glen Morris United Church


Glen Morris United Church Manse


Griffin House


Howlett House

St. George


Bruce's School


Howell Block


Nixon Homestead


Ron Eddy House


Smith John Wait House


Snowball Grist Mill


Sunnyside


Vine Cottage


William B. Wood House

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