The Little Stone House

Creator(s): Bothwell-Zone Oil Museum

The Little Stone House, a unique structure near the towns of Thamesville and Bothwell in Ontario, has inspired wonder and curiosity in all those who pass it by. It first existed in the early 1900s as a homesteader's humble two-storey clapboard dwelling. In 1926, Sarah Gamble bought the property as a gift for her husband, Stanley, a local mason. It was his dreams, ingenuity and determination that transformed this plain house into a unique structure.

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