Merrick Thomas HouseDigital Doors Open Oakville

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Merrick Thomas House

Merrick Thomas House is a fine example of a settler’s house. This one-and-a-half-storey clapboard structure – with the saltbox roofline typical of its period – is constructed of white pine logs squared into 12-inch-by-12-inch timbers on a fieldstone foundation. The Oakville Historical Society now operates the house as a museum. As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about this house through the video below, or check out their YouTube playlist for more content.

Contact info

144 Front Street
Oakville, Ontario
E-mail: information@oakvillehistory.org
https://www.oakvillehistory.org

Architecture

Year built: 1829; moved to its present site in 1955
Building type:Historical house

Dates/hours open

Nov 27, 04:59am - Nov 27, 04:59am