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Myrtleville House Museum


Myrtleville House is f charming Georgian-style 1800s farmstead on scenic grounds. The mansion depicts the tale of the Good family’s four generations and their amazing effect on politics and agriculture in this region of Ontario.

The magnificent Georgian home, built in 1837-38 for Allen and Eliza Good, sits on a lovely knoll on a five-acre forested site. The farmstead also has a few tiny barns and silos that reflect the farm’s rich agricultural heritage. Tom and Mary’s only son William, one of the founding members of the United Farmers’ Cooperative of Ontario in 1914, is one of the family’s most well-known members.

In the 1960s, William’s children oversaw the renovation of Myrtleville House, which engaged the entire family.

Photo: Google Maps, David Medeiros

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