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'The Cecil G. Marlatt House', Oakville (circa 1888). Victorian Mansion. 9 Bathrooms, 6 Fireplaces. $5.5 million. (2013)

House of a prominent Oakville resident and owner of the Marlatt and Armstrong Tannery, Cecil G. Marlatt held several important positions at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club from 1907 to 1924, including Commodore. Marlatt was the designer & owner of the Oakville R.C.Yacht Club’s most famous boat, “Aggie”.

From real estate advertising (Aug 2013):

Welcome to “The Marlatt House” (c.1888). Capture your heart with this romantic heritage gem that has been a landmark of downtown Oakville. Truly a labour of love in the restoration. Stately renovated,expanded & restored with over 9200 sq ft of living space and a separate self contained guest suite over the coach house.Exquisite artistry in hand made cabinetry,hardwood flooring, authentic Victorian fixtures.Completely rebuilt from the exterior walls in to maintain historical integrity while providing all the necessary updates to the highest level of current building standards. This gracious home of 7 bedrooms each with its own private ensuite, 9 bathrooms and 6 fireplaces will be appreciated by the most discerning buyers!

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  • Uploaded on August 17, 2013
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    by tor tom
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS5
    • Taken on 2013/08/10 16:37:28
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