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Background SpacerFurry Tavern
2511 Regional Road 3 East, Lowbanks, Ontario.

History:
Built in 1821 of sawn lumber before there were local saw mills in the immediate vicinity, at a time when others were assembling log homes personally hewn out of the bush during the earliest settlement of Moulton and Sherbrooke Townships. Lawrence Furry and his family were one of the first settlers along the lakeshore of Moulton Township. His descendents still live in this region

Features Designated Exterior:

  • All exterior “trowelled glass” windows
  • All exterior clapboard and trim
  • All exterior doors

Features Designated Interior:

  • Stenciling on the wall below the stairs (main floor)
  • Main stairway and banister
  • Beaded board walls in the hallway above the first flight of stairs
  • All interior doors with original transition latches and hardware
  • All interior chair rails
  • All pine flooring throughout the structure
  • Original hook for hanging lamps at the front entryway
  • Second floor, fireplace and mantle
  • Dated roof plank (1821) located in the attic

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