Robert Mooney Residence – 122 Brock Street East (c.1874)
History of the Robert Mooney Residence
According to the Uxbridge Walking Tour Brochure – The original owners of this house were Robert Mooney, a local merchant, and his wife Elizabeth. Local homebuilder and architect Johnston Brown built the home under the direction of Mr. Mooney. It is a one and a half storey, “T” shaped, red brick house on a stone foundation with white brick to accent the windows and quoins. The north gable has a Gothic style door that opens onto the verandah. Carved brackets and entablature beautifully embellish the verandah. There are gables at the east, west and south. No bargeboard or finials decorate the gables. The small west gable has a Gothic window. There is a sun porch on the west side.
Courtesy of the Uxbridge Walking Tour Brochure