The Fulton Mansion, a classic example of French Second Empire architecture was built between 1874-1877 for George Ware Fulton, an East Coast engineer, inventor and ranching entrepreneur. The mansion was fondly named Oakhurst by George and his wife Harriet because of the large oak trees on the property.
Toronto’s Percy Street also known as the “Republic of Percy”, is a private street in historic Corktown. In the early 1800’s Corktown was settled by working class immigrants, many from County Cork, Ireland. These residents worked for the Don Valley Brick Works and Gooderham and Worts distillery. The average house is 13.
Formerly the Kent County Courthouse, which was originally constructed in 1804 was repurposed as the East Greenwich Town Hall in 1974. Located at 125 Main Street, the yellow and white Colonial Revival style building, is one of the largest on the street.
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