Heritage home built 1788-1798 by UEL Col. Robert Nelles in Grimsby, Ontario. The oldest continuously inhabited home between Niagara-on-the-Lake and Kingston, Nelles Manor has housed four successive generations of Nelles descendants, and remains standing today as a testament to Robert’s wisdom and perseverance through an ambitious colonial beginning.
- 126 Main St W, Grimsby, ON, Canada
126 Main St W, Grimsby, ON, Canada
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