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Oak Street


Heritage Conservation District

Oak Street is a must-see place in Fenelon Falls. This attractive street of homes was a planned residential subdivision built around 1895. It is centred on the former Maryboro estate that has historical links to the founding of Fenelon Falls and to the creation of the Trent-Severn waterway. Lots were divided from Maryboro Estate, and the street became a very desirable site for prestigious homes once the canal opened.

The main architectural style is Queen Anne, featuring verandas, towers and many decorative touches to the roofline, cornices, windows and doors.

Enjoy a significant concentration of late 19th and early 20th-century residential buildings, many of which are worthy of individual designation.

Photo: Google Street View

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