Sarah Noble House (1878)
9995 Keele Street, Maple
An excerpt from the by-law that protects this site:
Ontario Heritage Trust. “Https://Www.heritagetrust.on.ca/En/Oha/Details/File?Id=4554.”
Maple Beaverbrook House 1960s or 1970s
Photo courtesy of the City of Vaughan Archives, Office of the City Clerk.
An additional note from Katrina Guy,
Cultural Heritage Coordinator at the City of Vaughan:
While this house is known for it’s connection to the Noble family and Lord Beaverbrook, it was also a Doctor’s residence and clinic/office from before World War I until well into the 1970s. Sarah Noble had a son, who was also a doctor and when his sister (who had been living alone in the house) died, he sold it to a Doctor he knew, who sold it to another doctor. In 1933, it was sold to Dr. Bigford, who practiced and resided in the house until the 1970’s. I believe the more recent addition to the house (on the south side) was during his tenure and it was after he died that the property was purchased by the City.
Undated archival photo courtesy of the City of Vaughan Archives, Office of the City Clerk.