Uxbridge Historic Homes

Uxbridge Historic Homes We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Robert Mooney Residence Robert Mooney Residence –  122 Brock Street East (c.1874) According to the Uxbridge Walking Tour Brochure – The original owners of this house were Robert Mooney, a local merchant, and his wife Elizabeth. Local homebuilder and architect Johnston Brown built the home under the direction of Mr. Mooney. It is a one and a half storey, “T” […]
Uxbridge Historic Homes We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Bascom – Williams House Bascom – Williams House, 70 Main Street – Circa 1872 The above photo was taken in 2021.  Here you can see the enlarged dormer and front porch.   According to the Uxbridge Heritage Register, the house built circa 1872 was a small square frame house that was later bricked but has since undergone a number of […]
Uxbridge Historic Homes We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Albert Hardy House Albert Hardy House – 30 Franklin Street – Circa 1875 According to the Uxbridge – Cultural Heritage Walking Tour brochure Albert Hardy, who worked for the Uxbridge Piano and Organ Company as a piano tuner built this house in 1875.  The house is an unusual style for Uxbridge, built as Second Empire style, also known as […]
Uxbridge Historic Homes We Look Back Wednesday’s | Uxbridge’s History | Harvey and Martha Gould House Harvey and Martha Gould House – Circa 1877 The above image was taken in 2021 shows the house from the corner of Cedar Street and King St West.   In 1886 Harvey Gould and his wife Martha purchased this house built by John C. Widdifield. The Gould family owned this home until 1930. Harvey Gould, […]
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