George Fulford built a 20,000-square-foot Edwardian mansion on the St. Lawrence River. Named Fulford Place in Brockville Ontario Canada. The home was designed by architect Albert W. Fuller featured grey marble walls quarried from across the river.
Original tapestries, paintings, statuary and ceramics collected on the Fulfords' world travels are on display throughout the period rooms and are featured in special exhibits. The grand style of the Beaux Art house was ideally suited to the Fulfords, as they entertained Canadian Prime Ministers, British princes and the neighboring well-to-do whose grand "cottages" lined the St. Lawrence River.
The Fulford Place contains a grand hall, a dining room to seat over 50 guests, a spacious verandah, and a
Fulford Place was donated to the Ontario Heritage Trust in 1987 by George Fulford Jr. Designated a National Heritage Site in 1992, the home was renovated and restored to its original lustre with the Fulfords' collections of paintings, tapestries and artwork. The mansion and beautiful grounds were opened as a museum in the summer of 1993. (Earlier, the estate had to sell a portion of the acreage for upkeep.)
A commemoration of the remarkable life of George Taylor Fulford.
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