The house at 263 Cairnsmore was built circa 1906 by Robert Miller. The house originally stood on a one acre lot but that lot has been subdivided.

This house has not had any major alterations to its original exterior so it is a good example of an early 20th century residential property in this area.

263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot
263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot

Additional Information on 263 Cairnsmore Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2015): $315,000; Land – $142,000, Buildings – $173,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2014): $299,000; Land – $142,000, Buildings – $157,000

Brief History of 263 Cairnsmore Street

The original owner, Robert Miller, sold the house to Joe Chaster in 1933 and it was owned by members of the Chaster family until 1994.

This house originally stood on a one acre lot but that one acre has been subdivided. The house next door at 257 Cairnsmore stands on what was originally a garden area of the original lot one acre for 263 Cairnsmore. This lot was subdivided from the original lot by Joe Chaster and the house at 257 Cairnsmore was built by Joe Chaster’s daughter, Ruth Chaster, in 1994.

263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot
263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot
263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot
263 Cairnsmore, built circa 1906 on a one acre lot

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