Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge Public School Uxbridge Public School   The Original Building The photo above shows the original Public School on Victoria Drive in Uxbridge.   According to the Uxbridge/Scott Museum files, land was acquired and a new brick school was built on the site of the present Uxbridge Public School. Elementary students were located on the main floor with the […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | The Stupids (Film) The Stupids (Film – 1996) – Quaker Village Drive   Did you know in 1996 Stanley Stupid (Tom Arnold) lived on Quaker Village Drive in Uxbridge. Below are some screen shots from the movie showing Quaker Village Drive in 96′.   Scroll down to see the same street today.     Quaker Village Drive Today (2020)  
Uxbridge History History of Uxbridge Secondary School (USS) History of Uxbridge High School and Uxbridge Secondary School Uxbridge High School – 1887   Uxbridge High School In 1873 a school was built on the site of the current Uxbridge Public School.  Elementary students were located on the first floor and high school students on the second floor. Learn about the Uxbridge Public School […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Uxbridge Train Station Uxbridge Train Station   The Toronto & Nipissing Railway built the first Uxbridge station in 1870.   For many years the station was operated by the Grand Truck Railway and in 1904 the station we know today with its “witch’s hat” roof was built, shown below.             The first passenger […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 | Kawartha Lakes Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 Kawartha Lakes Scroll to the bottom for more reports   *Information is believed to be accurate at time of posting but is not guaranteed to be correct  Statistics are based on properties that have been listed and sold on the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board, properties not listed with […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 | Durham Region Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 Includes Reports from the following: Toronto Regional Real Estate Board Durham Association of REALTORS®  Durham Region Scroll to the bottom for more reports   Toronto Regional Real Estate Board – Market Stats At A Glance – December 2022   Read the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board  Market Watch Report […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 | Township Of Brock Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 Includes Reports from the following: Toronto Regional Real Estate Board Durham Association of REALTORS®  Township Of Brock Scroll to the bottom for more reports   Toronto Regional Real Estate Board – Market Stats At A Glance – December 2022   Read the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board  Market Watch […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 | Township Of Scugog Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 Includes Reports from the following: Toronto Regional Real Estate Board Durham Association of REALTORS® Township Of Scugog   Toronto Regional Real Estate Board – Market Stats At A Glance – December 2022   Read the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board FULL Market Watch Report   DURHAM REGION   Read […]
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Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Elgin Pond Elgin Pond Elgin Pond is located right in the heart of Uxbridge at the corners of Main Street South and Mill Street.     The photo above is a post card showing the view of the pond looking north from Main Street, taken in 1905.  You can see the Oatmeal Mill at the north end […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 | Township Of Uxbridge Real Estate Market Report DECEMBER 2022 Includes Reports from the following: Toronto Regional Real Estate Board Durham Association of REALTORS®  Township Of Uxbridge Scroll to the bottom for more reports   Toronto Regional Real Estate Board – Market Watch Report – December 2022   Read the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board  Market Watch Report   […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | The Bascom House/Hotel THE BASCOM HOUSE / HOTEL   https://scugogheritage.com/history/uxbridgefirst100.pdf         https://scugogheritage.com/history/uxbridgefirst100.pdf   The Bascom House was built in 1884 on the north side of Brock Street right where Bascom Street meets Brock Street.   It was used as a hotel until 1920 when it was sold to Harold Cave, the owner of The North Ontario […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Downtown (Brock Street W & Spruce St) Downtown Uxbridge – Brock Street West and Spruce Street   The corner of Brock and Spruce Street has seen a few changes over the years. William Henry built the building in the photo above in 1885.  It was later expanded to the east to where the current post office is located.  Unfortunately in 1902 this building was […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | The Roxy Theatre The Roxy Theatre     The quonset-style building was originally built in 1949 at the corner of Brock Street and Toronto Street.  It opened as the RIO Theatre and in 1951 the name was changed to the ROXY when the Theatre Amusement Company purchased it.  In the 1970’s the theatre was closed and then reopened as […]
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report NOVEMBER 2022 | Township Of Uxbridge   Read from the Durham Association of REALTORS® See the full report here: MARKET WATCH – NOVEMBER 2022 Or watch it below:
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report NOVEMBER 2022 | Township Of Scugog   Read from the Durham Association of REALTORS® See the full report here: MARKET WATCH – NOVEMBER 2022 Or watch it below:
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report NOVEMBER 2022 | Township Of Brock   Read from the Durham Association of REALTORS® See the full report here: MARKET WATCH – NOVEMBER 2022 Or watch it below:
Real Estate Stats Real Estate Market Report NOVEMBER 2022 | Durham Region   Read from the Durham Association of REALTORS®   See the full report here: MARKET WATCH – NOVEMBER 2022 Or watch it below:
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Downtown Uxbridge – Brock Street, West Downtown Uxbridge – Brock Street, West Above:  View of Wixan’s Bridge, the Lt. Col. Samuel Sharpe memorial and Post Office as seen today (2022).   Below is Brock Street W from a similar vantage point taken in the early 1900’s.  At the time this photo was taken the house was owned by Michael O’Neil a local […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Mansion House Hotel – Martin’s Hotel Mansion House Hotel – Martin’s Hotel   Located at the south-west corner of Brock Street and Toronto Street was the Mansion House Hotel.   The hotel was built in 1871 by Joseph Gould and was originally known as the Mansion House Hotel.  According to “Uxbridge The Good Old Days” Jim Martin later owned it as Martins […]
Uxbridge History We Look Back Wednesdays | Methodist Church (now Trinity United Church) – 1888 – 2022 – 134 Years.     The above two photos show the original corner stones.  The 1888 stone is located on the north east corner of the church and the Methodist Church stone is located on the south east corner with the main entrance to the church in between them.   The congregation of the Methodist Church was founded in 1858.  […]