• 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
  • 53 QUEENSTON Street
53 QUEENSTON Street, Queenston, Ontario, L0S1L0
Bathrooms1 Bedrooms2
Property TypeSingle Family Built in1835
Building Area1376 square feet

C1835, granted its historic designation in 2001, Secord-Copeland House is a prime example of the architectural tapestry found in the Village of Queenston. David Secord sold the home in 1835 to Jacob Nicholas a wagon maker, in-turn Jacob sold it in 1837 to Daniel Quackinbush who used the residence as an inn until 1868 when he sold the property; it reverted to an owner and tenant occupied residence through the last half of the nineteenth century. Off the reception hallway is the relaxing lounge and classic colonial kitchen while to the back of the home is the mud/laundry room which at one time might have been used as the summer kitchen; walkout to the BBQ deck overlooking the back garden. Upstairs you will find the master, second bedrooms, den/in-home office/bedroom, and 4 piece bath along with attic access. Partially finished the lower level accommodates the utilities, work shop, storage, and toilette and there is walk-up access to the back yard. Built in 1920, the garage is to the back of the lot accessed from Highlander and there is also a garden house/studio. The romantic front porch and white picket fence frame the perennial gardens surrounding the home - postcard perfect! Conveniently located this special home is minutes to Old Town along the picturesque Niagara River Parkway, close to cycling and hiking trails, with easy access to the border. For the heritage enthusiast, here is a wonderful opportunity to become the caretaker of a very special piece of Canadian history. (id:18876)


Details
Amenities NearbyGolf Course, Park EquipmentNone
FeaturesPark setting, Park/reserve, Conservation/green belt, Crushed stone driveway, Carpet Free OwnershipFreehold
Parking Spaces3 Rental EquipmentNone
StructureShed TransactionFor sale
Zoning DescriptionR1
Building
Bedrooms Main level3 AppliancesDryer, Refrigerator, Stove, Washer, Washer & Dryer
Architectural Style2 Level Basement DevelopmentUnfinished
Basement FeaturesSeparate entrance BasementFull (Unfinished)
Constructed Date1835 Construction Style AttachmentDetached
CoolingNone Exterior FinishVinyl siding
FoundationStone Bathrooms (Total)1
Heating FuelNatural gas HeatingForced air
Size Interior1376 sqft Storeys Total2
TypeHouse Utility WaterMunicipal water
Land
Size Frontage50 ft AmenitiesGolf Course, Park
SewerMunicipal sewage system Size Depth120 ft
Level Type Dimensions
Second level4pc Bathroom13' 9'' x 6' 9''
Second levelBedroom14' 2'' x 9' 0''
Second levelBedroom14' 2'' x 9' 3''
Second levelMaster bedroom14' 4'' x 10' 1''
Ground levelLaundry room11' 2'' x 7' 8''
Ground levelFoyer13' 9'' x 6' ''
Ground levelKitchen/Dining room17' 0'' x 14' 0''
Ground levelLiving room17' 0'' x 14' 0''

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