Saturday, November 7, 2009

The Oldest Home In West Hill Is The Oldest In Scarborough



It lies on the grounds of the Guild, not far from the top of the Scarborough Bluffs.

It is the first European dwelling in the area and the oldest man made dwelling in all of Scarborough that still stands. When it was built George Washington was still President of the United States, Napoleon had just become engaged to Josephine and a 24 year old Beethoven was just debuting as pianist in Vienna.

Click on the picture above to learn more about this unique Ousterhout Log Cabin built in 1795. Then go visit it yourself to touch a genuine piece of history.

1 comment:

Laura said...

I've been there. I took a bunch of photos of all the old stonework too. I hope they do something with the Guild Inn while there is still something left of it.