Bringing historical home into the the 21 century as a community gathering place

As you walk up the front steps of what was once called “The Hynes House” you are greeted by a charming maroon-coloured door. Once you step into the three-story mansion at 220 Main Street in Shawville you are suddenly transported.
The house was first built in 1897 by . . .

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