118 Queen Street

William Gollop House

William Gollop House in Niagara-on-the-Lake
William Gollop House in Niagara-on-the-Lake

This project was one of The Foundation’s earliest interventions. This frame clapboard house situated on the main street was divided to accommodate two branches of the family. The smithy was situated in the lane behind.

When the house was vacated and put on sale, it was feared that it was endangered – possibly to be demolished or moved. The Foundation purchased the house allowing time to find an interested purchaser keen on its preservation.

The house is now protected as a part of the Heritage District of the Town, and has been tastefully renovated for commercial use, thereby helping to maintain the ambience of Queen Street.

William Steward House

507 Butler Street

St. Mark’s Rectory

41 Byron Street

Foghorn House

99 River Beach Road

William Gollop House

118 Queen Street

Historical Gravestones

Local cemeteries

St. Andrew’s Church Steeple

323 Simcoe Street at Gage Street

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