A private oasis is nestled amongst mature trees and steps away from the Thames River, waterfall, and beautiful downtown St. Marys. Here stands a stately 3-story solid limestone home with a wrap-around porch, stone patios, landscaped gardens, and picturesque window views. This is a one-of-a-kind property, maintained and restored with stone walls, high ceilings, gorgeous woodwork, and large gathering spaces. It has panoramic views of limestone buildings, and river crossings including the Grand Trunk Trestle Bridge making this a much-admired location. Built by Thomas Ingersoll Jr. as his primary residence from Limestone quarried from the riverbed in 1843 and the front section was built-in 1910. Thomas Jr. and bother James were responsible for establishing the settlement of St. Marys’s and are brothers [half] to Canadian heroine Laura Secord. This home is a reminder of that history. A lovely single-family home, or explore options for income potential? Book your private viewing of this elegant home.