Abandoned 1950s Bungalow Right Before Demolition

Given it’s name in 1793, Ancaster is one of the oldest towns in Ontario. Founded by a few settler families and quickly started to grow. By the 1950s the town had experienced major development including several new roads lined with bungalows and farmhouses to accommodate the growth.

Now with a population of over 33,000 and considered to be one of the fastest growing towns in the area, those bungalows and farmhouses are being bought, demolished and replaced with cookie cutter sub divisions. This is one of the last bungalows that remains on the road today.

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