Welcome to "The Brink House" - an adorable limestone cottage thought to have been built before 1821 by United Empire Loyalist John Green and his family, after whom the village of Greensville was named. The property was sold in the early 1960s to Andrew and Helen Brink (a renowned Canadian Potter) who's family lovingly named it after in 1993. The stone house is a typical Ontario Cottage made of limestone rubble with board and batten annex. Much of the interior and exterior of the house appears as it did in 1821, with the addition of the greenhouse - perfect for growing herbs and vegetables. The door hardware, trim and wide plank floors are all original and showcase the true charm and character of this home which was designated Heritage for both its historical and architectural significance. The barn, or drive shed was built in 1796 and still stands today with the dates beautifully marked above. The landscape is a gardeners dream with fenced in English style garden and spring fed pond with an inscription written into the stone wall in Latin which translates to; Where are they who went before us in the world. Adjacent at 384 Moxley Road is the charming pottery studio with a one bedroom apartment situated above. Currently rented to wonderful tenants, this bonus structure would lend itself to a variety of uses - maybe a B&B or bridal suite for the picturesque weddings that this property would surely host! So much more to fall in love with here at 382 & 384 Moxley Road. (id:18021)
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