Sunday, October 2, 2011

Leslie Log House in Mississauga

Leslie Log House in Mississauga

Ontario Real Estate Source

By Brian Madigan LL.B.

There is now a new museum in Mississauga. You probably already know about Benares and the Bradley House. The Leslie Log House is the third museum in Mississauga,

There is an advantage here, since it houses the Streetsville Historical Society.

The building is open to the public Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Drop in for a quick tour. Admission is free.

The house is quite historical in nature having been constructed in 1826 on Mississauga Road north of Derry. It was moved to its present location at 4415 Mississauga Road
 (between Burnhamthorpe and Eglinton) in 1994.

The main room can be rented through the city of Mississauga for special functions. In boardroom format, it seats about 12 and in classroom format it can host about 20.

It is located on city property backing onto the Credit river valley and has access to walking trails.

Brian Madigan LL.B., Broker is an author and commentator on real estate matters, if you are interested in residential or commercial properties in Mississauga, Toronto or the GTA, you may contact him through Royal LePage Innovators Realty, Brokerage 905-796-8888