This home was originally built as Henry Nelles' merchant shop and granary. The joinery used to build the house indicates that it was originally constructed by ship carpenters. The post and beam interior is made of lovely red pine. At one time this would have been a local gathering place as residents purchased their needed supplies.
Main Street, East and West
"This main thoroughfare was originally called the Queenston Stone Road, as it extended all the way to Niagara. It included King Street in Stoney Creek, King Street in Beamsville, and St. Paul Street in St. Catharines. Later, it was known officially at Ontarion Highway #8, then as Regional Road 81." The Streets of Grimsby from A - W
Grimsby Heritage Advisory Committee (GHAC). The Nelles Heritage Driving Tour. Brochure available online or at the Grimsby Historical Society.
Private Residence, not open to the public
127 Main Street West