The plains are now rows of vineyards marking the ever so popular wine region of Niagara. On our wall hangs an artist's rendition of Sir Maitland & Lady Sarah's home. An award presented to Eagle Valley Golf Club from the Friends of Stamford Village in recognition of the significant contribution to the rebeautification of this historically important area. And now the 52-acre parcel is located at the corner of Mountain Road & Saint Paul Avenue. The Gateway between Niagara on the Lake and Niagara Falls at the top of the Niagara escarpment. Saint Paul Avenue is a main artery of the Niagara Wine Route. Within walking distance of the Gateway are shopping districts to the south and wine country to the north.
Let Us Invite You
Should you crave spring sooner this year try Niagara. Our flowers take a head start over the rest of Ontario why else would we be called the Garden City? Our region is the home to over 40 golf courses and 40 wineries. Niagara Golf Trail Association will be pleased to assist you in tee times or accommodations. Then there is always our Wine Festival in the Fall. Hiking, cycling, walking... many paths created for your pleasure. By the way the Bruce Trail runs directly across and below the escarpment. Butterfly Conservatory, Shaw Festival, Casino Niagara, Museums and of course Niagara Falls.
Now you can have a million dollar view! Imagine your home set elegantly upon the lands situated at the brow of the Niagara Escarpment. Surrounded by a beautiful, serene, park-like 18 hole executive golf course sculptured into the natural sand & rock where once lied the whirlpool rapids.
A Condo with a View
Choose from any one of the luxurious condominium units with a view spilling beyond the golf course over the escarpment, beholding before you the quaint Town of Niagara on the Lake, Lake Ontario and the Toronto Shore Line. Its amenities are "The View, indoor pool and health spa, 18 hole executive golf course with driving range and indoor practice facility, and a completely licensed fine dining Club House open year round. Sale of these condominium units has commenced.
Suitable for a Governor...
Sir Peregrine Maitland, the Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada built his 22 room home on a 52 acre parcel of land to please his wife Lady Sarah. Lady Sarah did not like the hot, humid weather in Toronto and insisted on moving to Niagara where she found the climate more favourable. The grounds were beautifully landscaped and the estate became known as Stamford Park. A naval officer who visited the Maitlands' noted: "The house which is Sir Peregrines's private residence is located about four miles from the Falls. The mansion is extremely picturesque. Situated on some of the highest land in the country, it commands a fine view of Lake Ontario and the intervening plains."