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15 Grenville, Burritts Rapids, Ontario




NUMBER OF

Bedrooms

4

NUMBER OF

Bathrooms

2

Burritts Rapids

Burritts Rapids is a quiet little community, one of the first established on the Rideau. The village itself is on a small island, although you'll find the Church and several residences located on the north shore. A feature of the island is the Tip to Tip Trail.

 

HISTORY

Burritts Rapids was one of the first settlements on the Rideau, predating the Canal itself. In 1793, Colonel Stephen Burritt, floated down this section of the Rideau River on a raft looking for a good spot to settle. At Burritts Rapids he saw the water power potential for a mill and settled there with his wife Martha (Stevens) and their two-year old son Henry. Their second son, Edmund, was born here on 8 Dec 1793. The story goes that, soon after settling there, they were dying from a fever when they were rescued by a band of local Indians, nursed back to health, and even had their crops harvested for them. Ever after, the Burritt home was a welcoming place for Indians travelling the Rideau. 

 

When Colonel By came through in 1826, Burritts Rapids was a thriving village with several businesses. The first townsite was laid out in 1830 and a post office, with the name "Burritt's Rapids" was established in 1839. In the 20th century, the name was changed to "Burritts Rapids" and today, both the community and lockstation are known by that name. The village, like the Rideau Canal itself, lost its commercial importance at the start of the 20th century. The fixed bridge at the north end of town (over the original Rideau River) is in the location where one of the earliest bridges across the Rideau was built in 1824 (it has since been rebuilt at least twice, in 1920 and 1983). Just upstream of that bridge a mill dam was erected (as early as 1845). It crossed the entire channel, with a waste weir at the south end and served a saw mill and a grist mill (both located on the south side of the river). The remains of this dam can still be seen today.

 

 

 

 

 

15 Grenville Street

 

Imagine coming home to a peaceful retreat in your own backyard.   And wait until you see the 3rd level!.  Welcome HOME!

RECENT HOME INSPECTION REPORT, SEPTIC INSPECTION REPORT & WATER POTABILITY

 

DETAILS AND UPDATES

Lot Size     Year Built  1853/approx Style 3storey detached  Exterior  wood siding

Furnace  Forced Air/Propane 2015Flooring:  hardwood, tile, softwood  Fireplaces: 3(gas) Water  Well/Water Treatment, Test 00 4/2018/ Sewer    Septic Bed Installed/Filter Media 1989/ Record on file/ Inspected2017  Property Taxes 2018/ $2903

Garage:  Detached double, auto garage opener, street parking also available

Central Air/Inground pool/ Interlock Patio, Multi Level Deck, Fenced

Rental Items:  Hot Water Tank (electric), Propane Tank  100 amp service

Inclusions: dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, JENNAIR cooktop/grill, stove, washer, dryer automatic garage opener, window blinds, water treatment, pool equipment,  corner cabinet and pine buffet in kitchen

Possession:  To be arranged / Flexible

Utilities:  Hydro  $245 mnth      Propane  $272mnth                     

Updates/Servicing

Dec 2018/2019 $14000 approx

New Valor Propane fireplace with hammer copper front 

New roof gazebo

Painting loft ceiling and study

New Myers HJ jet pump 

Install of pipe from softener to sump pump 

Building inspection completed by Phil Bottriell with suggestions and recommendations completed

Septic inspection report

2018 (April) Foundation waterproofing & sump pump

2018 Electrical Inspection (Spring)

2018Basement stairwell walls refinished

Some rooms painted most repainted from 2013 onwards

2016 Westport gas stove kitchen, central air  Serviced/Inspected Spring 2018

Dec 2014 High efficiency propane furnace, 2014 Valour Gas fireplace in dining room  Serviced/Inspected Spring 2018

2013 2nd and 3rd level windows ( mostmain level windows French doors, Pella 1989)

 wood floors refinished, main floor bath full renovation with custom tiled shower

2012 Pool liner replaced/ winter pool cover 2012 Professionally Opened and Closed Annually

1990 -2000 Full renovation to kitchen, master bedroom, 2nd level bathroom & mudroom

1987     3rd level loft  insulation and windows 

Over the years since 1979: updated wiring, plumbing, insulation, decking, interlock,garden, arbours, gazebo,patio decks, taps, plumbing, equipment maintenance AND ON AND ON…….

Stainless kitchen appliances (Newer fridge, washer dryer) Avonite (counter top) kitchen island 

Pool professionally closed Sept 2018. 

Numerous manuals, service records etc on file.

 

SCHOOLS

northgrenville.ucdsb.on.ca

Upper Canada District School Board  www.odsbeo.ca

Ontario District School Board of Eastern Ontario

Ottawa Carleton French Catholic School Board – www.ecolecatholique.ca/en

Ottawa Carleton  French School Board  www.cepeo.on.ca

 

OTHER USEFUL LINKS

www.northgrenville.ca

www.rideau-info.com/canal/locks/17-burrittsrapids.html

www.rideau-info.com/canal/videos/vid-16-burritts.html

www.burrittsrapids.com

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Heather Gagnon
Broker 613-558-7289