The Miller Lash Estate is nestled in the picturesque valley of the village of Highland Creek. As legend has it, in 1913 Miller Lash, a wealthy Toronto businessman was out for a Sunday drive in his chauffeur driven Stanley Steamer. The car bounced along what is now known as Old Kingston Road, and descended the west hill into the valley of Highland Creek. Lash was so impressed by the land with its grassy fields, forest and rushing stream, that he promptly bought the property. He commissioned a firm of architects from Upper New York State, likely that of Edward B. Greene, to design his estate. The design is very much in keeping with the craftsman principals of the Arts and Crafts Movement.… Simplicity, durability, fitness for the life that is to be lived in the house and harmony with its natural surroundings.
Heather & Mac
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I just wanted to write a quick note to tell you how perfect my day was. Frederica, you kept things going so well that night I didnt have a care in the world.
The materials used in building the house were simple, but quite extraordinary at the time. The walls are constructed of poured concrete, then faced with river stone collected from the Highland Creek bed which meanders by the house....Read More