Built in 1867 for Charles H. Carter, Ingleside (also known as the Carter House) was the Carter family home for 118 years. Its solid massing, brick construction, Georgian and Italianate architectural style, and rare locally-produced wrought iron railing, contributed to making Ingleside Port Colborne's most significant brick building.
The property is marked off by a locally produced wrought-iron railing believed to have been erected by Jonathan Neff of Stonebridge at the same time the house was constructed. This fence is believed to be one of the last remaining of its kind in Ontario.
It is prominently located on King Street, an area with a number of buildings that have contributed to the development of Port Colborne and are strongly linked to the Welland Canal. Photographs from the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum dating from the 1880's show the Carter house after being hit by rocks from an explosion that occurred when digging the channel for the Third Canal. It is within walking distance to other prominent buildings and structures in the city, such as the Welland Canal, the Museum, and the Port Colborne Public Library.
All as per: Historicplaces.ca
Detached, 2 storey Brick Home
Private Drive for 5 Cars
Heated Coach House
1 Car Garage with Loft
Separate Smoke House Office
Ice House Garden Shed
10' Ceilings Main Floor, 9" Upper Floor
Property Tax: $9596.28 (2022) *tax rebate available
Lot size: 133.66' x 183.56'
Key character defining elements of Ingleside that embody its heritage value include its: (All as per: Historicplaces.ca)
This special room as been fully insulated and wired with a separate heating and cooling system. Charming original doors and hooks on walls remain. Modern, new glass storm doors will be installed on both sets of coach house doors. ( ETA May 2022). Create an additional living space, hobby room, office. Access to house furnace and water heater through this room.
What an incredible piece of history! The property is marked off by a locally produced wrought-iron railing believed to have been erected by Jonathan Neff of Stonebridge at the same time the house was constructed. This fence is believed to be one of the last remaining of its kind in Ontario. The City give home owners a discount on property tax so that this fence can be kept in good condition for future generations.
This fully independent office space was created inside the Carter Family's Smoke House. Equipped with a duo heatiing/cooling wall unit and insulated and wired, this private office space allows the separation of work and the bustle of family life!
This spacious and stunning custom kitchen has all of the bells and whistles! Granite counters with a double sink. Modern subway tiles and vintage inspired lighting and pot lights. Ample storage cabinets, both solid and glass front cabinet doors. Jenn-Air Fridge, Range hood, Gas stove with Duo and convection ovens and griddle. Convenient pot filler over stove. Bosch Built-in dishwasher, Frigidaire built-in microwave. Substantial independent pantry with storage shelving, ceramic utility sink and stained glass window
detail. Garden views with sunny windows overlooking east yard.
School District (2021-2022 year):
McKay School is a 4 minute walk away - Grades JK- 8, Regular and French Immersion
320 Fielden Ave
Port Colborne High School Grades 9-12, Regular or Specialized School to Work Program
211 Elgin St
Welland Centennial Senior - Grades 9-12, French Immersion and ESL
240 Thorold Rd W, Welland
• Central vacuum
• Pocket doors with etched glass • Ceramic or glass door knobs • Hardwood or ceramic tile floors
• 10‘ Ceilings on main floor • 9’ Ceilings on second floor • Large counterweight windows
• Interesting and beautiful lighting
• Decorative metal air vent grates
• Original details mixed with modern conveniences and sensibilities • Nest thermostats
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3284 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M4N 2L6
322 King Street, Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 4H3, Canada
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