This estate meshes very well with the overall vibe and rich history of Niagara-On-The-Lake; built in 1904 by the Gibson sisters, the original property has been visited by at least one governor general and a British princess. Past landowners include Josiah B. Plumb, an American who immigrated to Canada after the Civil War and joined the Conservative party. The land was also owned by Wallace Nesbitt, who was named a Supreme Court judge by Prime Minister Wilfred Laurie. It has taken 3 years to breathe new life into 456 Queen St. and it shows convincingly.
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