Set in the heart of Elora, Drew House is a charmingly-converted 19th century coach house with
exposed stone walls, wooden-beamed ceilings and re-purposed barn wood accents.
Walking distance to the beautiful Village of Elora, with its quaint shops, restaurants and cinema.
A HOUSE WITH ITS VERY OWN BOOK!
A Grand and Storied Home: The Drew House in Elora, Ontario
by Elysia DeLaurentis
Built for the family of nineteenth-century lawyer and judge George Alexander Drew, Drew House is one of the most well-known heritage homes in Elora, though it remains one of the least documented. This book changes that, exploring the evolution of the distinctive stone home, grounds and coach house. From pre-settlement to the present day, the author traces the history, people and stories behind this iconic home. Heavily illustrated, the 146-page book will appeal to anyone interested in Ontario's built heritage and local history. Available for sale at Magic Pebble Books, Elora, and Drew House.