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Heritage Sites in Newton

Colebrook United Church

Colebrook United Church

Modern West Coast A-frame church built in 1959 to replace the older church. Features a flat stone wall along the front with a curved stone w [...]

Burkart House

Burkart House

Built c.1920, originally as Craftsman Bungalow. Features bay window supported by triangular brackets, pediment over bay window sheathed in l [...]

Centennial Totem Pole

Centennial Totem Pole

This totem pole commemorating the Canada Centennial in 1967 stands on the grounds of the Municipal Centre. The Totem pole was carved by John [...]

Christopher Brown House

Christopher Brown House

Eclectic Colonial Revival style, with stylistic detailing such as Queen Anne shingles in gable ends, Italianate paired columns and Georgian [...]

George Rankin house

George Rankin House

Eastern cottage style built in 1920. A centred chamfered gable portico frames the front of the south-facing house, with triangular knee brac [...]

Newton House

House (Kennedy)

Built c. 1928 in Eastern Cottage style, featuring chamfered side gables, window combinations in 2s, 3s, and 4s and singles, horizontal shipl [...]

James Johnston House header

James Johnston House

Built c.1915 by the younger James Johnston, son of elder James Johnston after whom Johnston Road, now 152 Street, is named. Features boxed e [...]

Joseph Thompson Brown House

Joseph Thompson Brown House

Colonial Revival "I-House" of more elaborate proportions and stylistic details, including central entrance, steep pitched and hipped veranda [...]

Kennedy Community Hall

Kennedy Community Hall

Salt Box style common to 1930s barns and farm buildings, built in 1934 with louvered ventilation outlet at apex of roof gable and shed roof [...]

Red cedar stump

Red Cedar Stump

An example of old growth forest that once covered all of Surrey, the stump is of a tree estimated at 500 to 1000 years old, 30 feet in circu [...]

Rock tree and boulder

Rock Tree and Boulder

The Rock Tree is a 20 Metre tall 65 year old Western Red Cedar growing out of a large boulder that the tree has split as a result of growth. [...]

Strawberry Hill Farmers Institute

Strawberry Hill Farmers Institute

Utilitarian homestead style, built c. 1909, originally used as Farmers Institute Hall. Centre of social and recreational activity for area f [...]

Sullivan Community Hall

Sullivan Community Hall

Built in 1932 in Utilitarian Homestead style, with simple side gabled box, front gabled entry vestibule, additions to side and rear. Built o [...]

Swanson Barn

Swanson Barn

Built in 1943 by Adolph and Ruth Swanson, featuring a gambrel roof and vertical and horizontal casement windows. Excellent example of adapti [...]

Swanson House

Swanson House

Adolph and Ruth Swanson bought the property in 1927, cleared the site and started building the house in 1932. George and Rita Johnson bought [...]

Thomas Joseph Brown house

Thomas Joseph Brown House

Eclectic, cross-gabled homestead house built c. 1909, an example of an expanded utilitarian homestead house laid out in a T-shape. Features [...]

W. Gillis House

Built in 1936 by Wes Gillis, combining minimal traditional and front gable in Tudor style, while porch with keyhole entry and circular openi [...]