Built in 1875 by Port Dalhousie’s first postmaster Johnson Gregory, this truly unique two storey home exudes character. A vinyl picket fence encircles the yard with meticulously designed landscaping and irrigation system creating a low maintenance abode. The welcoming front porch adds a delightful charm to the home, a perfect spot to enjoy one’s morning coffee. The home offers the perfect balance of vibrant colours and lively patterns creating an energetic flair all while maintaining the historical elegance of the home. Crown moulding and hardwood floors flow throughout the main floor along with large windows allowing natural light to flow in. The expansive kitchen is designed for the aspired chef, with a large kitchen island, an abundance of cabinetry and a small workspace. The second floor has a playful feel with its stylish zig zagged wall paper and clawfoot bathtub to the vaulted ceilings and original hardwood floors. The backyard with its flagstone pathway leading to the chic blue pergola and white flowing sheer drapery fabricates an intimate entertaining space. Within walking distance to the marina, beach, parks and restaurants this historical home has a unique and alluring presence on this quiet street in Port Dalhousie.