Rare opportunity to own a piece of history! This majestic heritage home was built circa 1875 in Brantford’s sought after Dufferin neighbourhood. Designed in the style of the Italianate Villa, the original owner was Mr. William Watt, Sheriff of Brant County, lawyer and owner of the Brantford Expositor. “Sauch Brae House” as it was named, was later home to Mary Cockshutt. The home was lovingly restored to beauty in 1989. It features elegant principal rooms, 3 fireplaces, a grand staircase, 7 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms on 3 floors. The partially finished, walkout basement has amazing potential. With a gracious southern facing porch on a mature, terraced lot, perennial gardens, stone walkways as well as a detached 3 car garage, this home has much to offer for entertaining or a professional home office. Call today for your private tour of this grand home!