Gable House

Burlington, Canada
Not reviewed yet
Keyfacts
  •   6
  •   1
  • SQF 1,750
  •  A/C
  •  Parking

Description

Four Fourty Seven Nelson Avenue, built in the late 1800’s by notable builder A.B. and James Coleman (Village of Burlington’s major builders who went on to build the Brant Inn and buildings at the CNE grounds in Toronto), features a 2-storied enclosed veranda, large principal rooms and decorative carpentry work. The house, named “The Thomas Dunbar House”, has many notable features (see left), and is sometimes referred to as the “Painted Porch” gingerbread house.

The two-level front verandah, open at ground level but now enclosed at the second level, has decorative carpentry work. The front gable is embellished with the original fish-scale shingles, defined by a lower band with relief rosettes, and bargeboard gable trim of lace-edged cutout wood.

This house is a major contributor to the street-scape of the Nelson Avenue Block, just north of the Burlington Art Center on Nelson avenue, representing a typical summer cottage of the last quarter of the 19th century. 


Rooms

1 Bathroom, 1 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen


Amenities
  • Sleeping
    Bed linen, 2 Double bed, 2 Single bed
  • Cooking
    Dishwasher
  • Heating/Cooling
    Air conditioning, Central heating
  • Entertainment
    Broadband Internet, TV (Satellite)
  • Sanitary
    Towel-set
Facilities
  • Parking
    Parking Included, Roofed carport
Policies
Check in:
6:00 PM
Check out:
11:00 AM
Map
Location

445 Nelson Ave , Burlington, L7S1N3, Canada

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Brian Klodt
Phone

 +19056397573

Spoken languages
English
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