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McGregor-Cowan House

3118 Sandwich Street, Windsor, Ontario

Built c. 1808, the McGregor-Cowan House is a 2-1/2 storey Georgian-style timber dwelling prominently sited in the historic former town of Sandwich, now part of west Windsor. It…

Robert Gordon House

204, Curry Avenue, City of Windsor, Ontario

The Robert Gordon House is a one-storey Edwardian frame cottage, built circa 1904, that typifies the popular style of construction for single family residences in this central…

Masson-Deck House

3069, Alexander Avenue, City of Windsor, Ontario

Built in 1924, the Masson-Deck House is a picturesque, one and one-half storey stucco dwelling in the French Cottage style. Located in west Windsor, it is recognized for its…

Assumption Church

350, Huron Church Road, City of Windsor, Ontario

Assumption Church is a majestic brick church built in the Gothic Revival style. It is the fourth church building to serve the oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish…

Mason-Girardot House

3203, Peter Street, City of Windsor, Ontario

The Mason-Girardot House is a stately two and one-half-storey, red brick structure in the Victorian Italianate style, built circa 1879. Located in the historic Sandwich area of…

Robinet Winery Building

3200, Sandwich Street, City of Windsor, Ontario

The Robinet Winery Building is a late 19th-century, three-storey, vernacular commercial building with a flat roof. Constructed of local bricks and located in the historic…

Duff-Baby House

221, Mill Street, City of Windsor, Ontario

The building at 221 Mill Street, commonly known as the Duff-Baby House, is situated at the intersection of Mill and Russell Streets in the northwest end of the City of Windsor,…

Former John Richardson Library

1495, Wyandotte Street West, City of Windsor, Ontario

The former John Richardson Library is an elegant, well-proportioned, one-storey red brick building with stone ornamentation and a cupola. Mimicking Georgian Revival…

Former Sandwich Fire Hall and Stable

363, Mill Street, City of Windsor, Ontario

The former Sandwich Fire Hall, built in 1921, is a two-storey brick and stucco structure with a three-storey hose drying tower. The pre-1915 stable, behind it, is a one-and-a-half…

Mackenzie Hall (Former Essex County Court House)

3277, Sandwich Street, City of Windsor, Ontario

Mackenzie Hall, the former Essex County Court House, is a stately two-storey stone landmark constructed in 1855-56 by Alexander Mackenzie, Canada's second Prime Minister. A…

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