The historic home at 2101 Caton Road is now available for sale. Completed in the late 1850's, the home was built as a grand mansion for the heroic Civil War General, W.H.L. Wallace and his wife. It was built with magnificent quality of structure and stunning, elaborate finishes. History of General Wallace and this historic home are available for review and some information and historic photos can be found in "Documents". The home has for many years been a single family dwelling. (It could very easily be converted into two very spacious duplex units.) As a single family home it offers 4800 square feet of living space on two floors with a full, unfinished walk-up 3rd story floored attic and a useable, unfinished basement. It features 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and very spacious living areas. There are 3 lots with a total of 0.86 acres (see attached plat) Maintenance and improvements have been made over the years. A beautiful inground pool was installed in 2013 and the pump was replaced this season. The back deck was built in 2014. It is a Trek deck with a Pergola roof. The roof was replaced in 2013. It is a metal roof with an asphalt coating and has a 50 warranty. Cosmetic improvements include some new hardwood floors and carpet, fresh paint, updated bathrooms and 200 amp breaker box. The home has two hot water boiler systems. Water is supplied by the City of Ottawa through the Fields Hill Association. Current taxes reflect an assessed value over $360,000 (including all 3 lots) and should be adjusted upon sale.