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A historic home in Milton was officially recognized at the latest Council meeting.



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The house, known as the Thomas-Coxe House, is located at 168 Martin Street. It's considered a fine example of a Victorian-era Neo-Gothic style house by Town Staff. It was constructed by Thomas Coxe, a Councillor from Esquesing Township, back in 1894.

In 2009, the house played a part in Martin Street being ranked as the third-best street to live on in the Greater Toronto Area by the Toronto Star.

During the recent Town Council meeting on Monday, February 12th, all of Milton’s Councillors voted in agreement to honor the home for its historical importance. This house now joins others in and around downtown Milton that have received similar recognition. These homes are protected to preserve their historical value. Feel free to reach out to us at news@miltonbaithak.ca with any news tips, story ideas, or information you'd like to share. As a dedicated platform focused on advertising and curating news centered around MILTON, we welcome submissions related to businesses, news within the business sector, or inquiries about other people. Our goal is to assist you, whether you're interested in featuring your business or sharing relevant news.

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