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In 1833, this house was purchased by Peter Davy, who was a Major in the militia, a farmer, a merchant, ship builder and tavern keeper. The Davy family was a very prominent Loyalist family in the early history of Bath.
The Peter Davy House (c. 1819) located at 370 Academy Street, in Bath Ontario, Loyalist Township, is among one of the finest examples of Loyalist architecture in Canada and is widely known in architectural publications. Konstantinos (Gus) Panageotopoulos, owner of The Davy House, won a 2020 Heritage Conservation Award. The Davy House, built by 1819, and designated by Loyalist Township in 2018, is a one-and-a-half storey center block house, with two balancing set back wings. Gus received the Certificate of Commendation, and David White, of D. J. White Restorations received the Certificate of Appreciation for the fine woodwork undertaken over several years. As the house is sold, Gus is downsizing for a relocation.
Sale contents would include furniture, new appliances, art, decorative items, china, crystal, lamps, numerous light fixtures, jewelry, coins, stamps, flags, books, magazine collections, garden items, train sets, toys, Christmas items and much more.
THE PETER DAVY HOUSE (1819)
370 ACADEMY ST. BATH
DEC 8th, 9th &10th
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