Heritage Homes
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Bibby House, built in 1910, features Queen Anne styling.
36 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario
36 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
The 1874 SS#20 school house is now a private residence.
358 Goodrich Road, Brighton, Ontario
358 Goodrich Road, Brighton, Ontario Details
Built in 1900, and expanded in 1926, the Nesbitt Cannery building is the sole survivor of Brighton's 13 canneries.
The Nesbitt Cannery, 39 Richardson Street, Brighton, Ontario
The Nesbitt Cannery, 39 Richardson Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
Henry Huff, a local cooper, built this house in the 1880s.
85 Huff Road, Brighton, Ontario
85 Huff Road, Brighton, Ontario Details
This typical Ontario 19th century Gothic Cottage style home was built by Samuel Weller in 1883.
15120 Telephone Road, Brighton, Ontario
15120 Telephone Road, Brighton, Ontario Details
This charming Victorian home was built in 1893.
523 Carman Road, Brighton, Ontario
523 Carman Road, Brighton, Ontario Details
The Victorian Gothic Purdy House was built in 1875 by dry goods merchant Lewis Purdy.
50 Sanford Street, Brighton, Ontario
50 Sanford Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
This two-storey red brick home was built by John Bowlers circa 1870.
62 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario
62 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
Once the home of harness maker Frederick Jaques, records indicate this Second Empire home was either built in the 1850s or 1880s.
81 Main Street, Brighton, Ontario
81 Main Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
The Nesbitt House was built in 1883.
33 Kingsley Avenue, Brighton, Ontario
33 Kingsley Avenue, Brighton, Ontario Details
Alice Bowler began construction of her home in 1889. She paid $160 for the lot in 1882.
6 Addison Street, Brighton, Ontario
6 Addison Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
Built in 1862, this typical Ontario 19th century Gothic Cottage features Romanesque upper windows in the front and side gables.
15 Chapel Street, Brighton, Ontario
15 Chapel Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
This Gothic Revival home was built in the mid-1860s.
49 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario
49 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
The Morrow House, a 1901 Queen Anne style home was in the Morrow family from 1897 to 1972.
54 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario
54 Young Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
The Covell Marshall House may have been the first brick home in Brighton.
44 Division Street North, Brighton, Ontario
44 Division Street North, Brighton, Ontario Details
Once Wade's School, SS#8, and then a Scout Hall, this building remains the property of the Boy Scouts of Canada.
79 Newton Lane, Brighton, Ontario
79 Newton Lane, Brighton, Ontario Details
The charming 1874 Babbit Home features at belvedere and stained glass transom.
28 Aranda Way, Brighton, Ontario
28 Aranda Way, Brighton, Ontario Details
Built on property originally granted to John D. Smith, the founder of Smithfield, this Gothic Revival style home was constructed in 1900 by Wilmot J. Clark, who later became the minister at nearby Smithfield United Church. It was sold in 1905 to Bertram Potts, and remains known as the Potts House.
883 Smith Street, Brighton, Ontario
883 Smith Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
This property was once home to SS#25 Mount Olivet School.
296 Goodfellow Road, Brighton, Ontario
296 Goodfellow Road, Brighton, Ontario Details
Built in 1870 by well-known carpenter and builder Cornelius Valleau. This house is one of several heritage homes built by Cornelius Valleau included in this gallery.
Cornelius Valleau House, 120 Main Street, Brighton, Ontario
Cornelius Valleau House, 120 Main Street, Brighton, Ontario Details
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