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Common Name The Donald McGregor Farmhouse
Municipal Address 6414 Walkers Line
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Building Demolished No
Local Municipality Burlington
Province Ontario
Construction Date 1850
Type of Recognition Municipal Register
Design
Architect N/A
Notes on the Design or Physical Value -bond brick structure in Regency Style. The lowpitched end-gabled roof has wide eaves, decorative wood brackets, and returns. The centre front gable has an arched window and the gable ends have a quarter-pie window on either side of the chimney. The first-level windows are large. The front windows may have opened as French windows on to a verandah. They have multi-
Sources City of Burlington
Historical
Notes on History of the Property 's Road, pp. 90-92, Donald McGregor was the grandson of Captain Duncan McGregor of the 42nd Highlanders, who was left for dead on the battlefield of the 1877 Battle of Brandywine during the American revolutionary wars, but survived to return to Scotland with his wife and American-
Sources City of Burlington
Statement of Significance
Legal Description (Plan and Lot Number): Con 4 NS, Pt Lt 8
Last updated 2015-11-02 10:46:56.679
Group City of Burlington
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Date Added April 23, 2014
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