Cargill “White House”in-person Doors Open Brockton
- Self-guided tours available
Enjoy a rare opportunity to visit this house. In 1879, Henry Cargill started a logging/lumber business in the Walkerton area and built this so-called "White House" for his son. Cargill himself lived in the "Red House" across the street, which burned down in 1919. Over the years, several renovations have been completed to restore the home to its original appearance.
Contact info12 Concession Road 10
ArchitectureYear built: 1900
Building type:Historical housePrivate residence
Architectural style:EdwardianQueen Anne
Dates/hours openSep 26, 10:00am - Sep 26, 04:00pm
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.