311 Supple Street, Pembroke, Ontario


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About 311 Supple Street

WELCOME TO PEMBROKE'S BELMONT HOUSE Built and owned by David Bell, the home was entered on to Pembroke's tax rolls in 1875. David Bell was married to Elizabeth White, daughter of Pembroke's founders, Peter and Cecelia White. After living in the home for only three years, the property was subsequently sold to Robert Russell, who was Pembroke's first Canadian Customs Officer. Russell's son, Brigadier Cecil B. Russell, purchased the home in the early 1940's and had extensive alterations done, converting the then 75 year old house to a modern 1940's residence. In 1952, Isabel Hubbs a sister of former house member, James Moffat Forgil, (House of Commons of Canada) purchased the house and resided there until 1977. Amongst the more famous guest of Belmont in times past have been Lester B. Pearson and Pierre Burton. 48 hours irrevocable on all offers. (id:6289)

Features of 311 Supple Street

Listing # 1357159
Price $599,900
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 4.00
Year Built 1875
Type Single Family
Sub-Type Freehold

Community Information

Address 311 Supple Street
Subdivision Pembroke
City Pembroke
Province Ontario
Postal Code K8H3H3


Amenities Recreation Nearby, Shopping
Utilities Fully serviced
Parking Spaces 5
Parking Attached Garage
# of Garages 1
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool Yes
Pool Inground pool


Appliances Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Hood Fan, Stove
Cooling None
Fireplace No
Has Basement Yes


Exterior Brick
Exterior Features Partially landscaped
Foundation Stone

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