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849 Kildare Rd. offers you an outstanding chance to own a truly historic property in Windsor, Ontario. Built in 1906, this home is also known as the Victor Williamson House, or The Cobbles.
This home is a unique, 3 Storey mansion located in the neighbourhood of Olde Walkerville. This home is an outstanding example of the grand houses that were being constructed for prominent Walkerville families at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Rich in history and charm, this 5649 sq. ft. heritage property is considered a local landmark in one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in Windsor. In addition to being the 1906-1925 home of Victor Williamson, the premiere Walkerville home builder at the time, “The Cobbles” also housed Polish Army Offices and acted as the residence for the Canadian Women’s Army Corps during the World War II.
There are a number of unique elements to this home that allow it to truly stand out, including the cobblestone construction, stone chimneys, distinctive window shapes and sizes, stone columns, protruding bay on the easy facade, elegant roofed porch on the north side of the home, and much more. 846 Kildare is considered to be a truly excellent example of the architecture and craftsmanship of its time, and this is a rare opportunity to own a house with a deep and meaningful connection to the history of Windsor that also offers excellent luxury and location for the buyer.
To learn more about this heritage property for Windsor, including all of the details about features, price, and more, click here. Or, to find out more about the history of the Victor Williamson House, click here. Then, contact me with any questions you may have or to arrange your own viewing of this Walkerville home for sale.