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Woodholme Manor was
built in 1860 by Richard Shaw-Wood, sits high atop the
former Lawson Estate grounds. Constructed in late
Victorian Gothic Revival style, Woodholme was the
residence of two prominent London families: the Richard
Shaw-Wood family; and later Colonel Tom Lawson and his
This estate, was in its time one of the few
concrete-poured homes in North America.
Architecturally significant due to its many unique
features and attributes, including its concrete
construction, castle architectural dominance, impressive
vaulted stairway accessing its three levels. Immense
ballroom leading to a uniquely crafted fireplace and
French doors leading to its oversized spacious grounds.
Meadowlily Farm in London Ontario
Meadowlily Farm is located in the middle of the
Meadowlily Woods Nature preserve. It is located within
the City of London, on the south side of the Thames
River between Highbury Avenue and Meadowlily Road,
Meadowlily Nature Preserve was donated to Thames Talbot
Land Trust (TTLT) by Carol and Rick Richardson, who
wanted to ensure that their family's land would be
protected from future development.
(14.5 acre) site is comprised of floodplain, open meadow
and upland forest, and is an integral component of
Meadowlily Woods, which is recognized as an
Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) by the City of
London. Academic Research in the Meadowlily Woods area
documented over 60 archaeological sites dating from 9500
B.C to 1500 A.D and includes all types of sites from
find spots, camps and villages.
is a working honeybee farm, has two large vegetable
gardens, a large pond, garage and barn.