We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again. There are a number of places in the Town of Oakville that deserve to be recognized,
As a result, the number of locations recognized as heritage properties in the town keeps on increasing.
Now, two more locations have been added to the ever-growing list.
These Oakville locations are now recognized as heritage properties.
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According to a recent news release, on Dec. 10, 2018, Oakville Town Council resolved to pass By-law 2018-161 to designate the Van Sickle Farmhouse and Dairy Building under Section 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.18, as amended, as a property of cultural heritage value and interest.
The Van Sickle Farmhouse and Dairy Building is located at 3451 Tremaine Rd.
Also, according to a recent news release, on Dec. 10, 2018, Oakville Town Council resolved to pass By-law 2018-135 to designate the Pullen House under Section 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.18, as amended, as a property of cultural heritage value and interest.
The Pullen House is located at 420 Randall St.
This property was owned by the Pullen family for several decades. It is being recognized for its historical associations with the development of the Brantwood Survey in Oakville.
“Located in one of the older residential neighbourhoods in Oakville, the Pullen House helps to tell the story of the Brantwood Survey and continues to support and maintain the historic residential character of the area,” read the Town of Oakville news release.
This house, according to the news release, features a high-pitched cross-gabled roof with shed dormers, extended and exposed eaves, tall brick chimneys, stucco and wood shingle cladding, wood casement windows and lead-paned glass windows.
What other Oakville properties do you think should be recognized?