Fabulous Starter Home Features 3 Bedrooms, Laminate Floors, Family Sized Kitchen With Backsplash & White Appliances. Roof, Plumbing, Heating Updated 2014. Walking Distance To Bus Terminal, Farmers Market And Downtown. Near Georgian College & Lakehead University. Mins To Hwy 12 & 400, New Orillia Rec Center. Must See Corner Lot.
Fabulous Starter Home Features 3 Bedrooms, Vinyl Floors, Family Sized Kitchen With Backsplash & White Appliances. Roof, Plumbing, Heating Updated 2014. Walking Distance To Bus Terminal, Farmers Market And Downtown. Near Georgian College & Lakehead University. Mins To Hwy 12 & 400, New Orillia Rec Center. Must See Corner Lot.
臨街 - 40.95 深度 - 45 不規則 - Irregular
Central air conditioning
|Kitchen||Main level||4.32 x 2.89 (meters)|
|Living room||Main level||4.38 x 5.94 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Second level||4.26 x 2.52 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||3.2 x 2.52 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||2.49 x 2.89 (meters)|
|Laundry room||Main level|
Severn was first inhabited by Chief John Aisance and his band of Chippewas in the 1830s along Coldwater river building a grist mill that natives owned till 1849. Coldwater opened to the Europeans in 1836.
At the mouth of the Severn River, another community sprang up. The residents called it Severn Mills after a sawmill was built there around 1850. Lumber from this area was sent out on ships. The village was renamed to Port Severn in 1868. In 1875, the Georgian Bay Lumber Co. was formed, soon to become the major lumber producer in the Severn River watershed.
The settlement expanded rapidly over the next 20 years. In 1896, the mill was struck by lightning and burned to the ground greatly reducing the timber supply since was not rebuilt and the population declined. Severin was incorporated into a village in 1908. With the completion of the Trent–Severn Waterway in this area in 1915, economic activity shifted from lumber to tourism.