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St. Catharines, ON, L2N 4A9



If you’re looking for a home with an interesting history, on a large lot, and in a convenient location, 18 Henley Drive is for you! This light-filled 2-storey home offers large living spaces including an open-concept living room and dining room and an eat-in kitchen. Also on the main floor is a 2-piece bathroom, perfect for guests to use when they visit. The second floor boasts a huge primary bedroom, two additional sizeable rooms, and a spacious 4-piece bathroom. The basement is full of potential and offers an opportunity to expand your living space with a huge rec room, a bonus room, and a roomy laundry/utility space. Not to be missed is the fully fenced backyard, which can also be accessed from the sliding doors off of the dining room or from the kitchen. Offering ample green space, you can design the backyard of your dreams! The location provides a truly wonderful lifestyle with Martindale Pond, Port Dalhousie, Jaycee Gardens Park, and Rennie Park all easy drives or bike rides away. With all amenities and great schools nearby as well as quick access to the QEW, everything you could want or need in a location is conveniently accessible to you. This fantastic property is just waiting for you to make it your own! 

BUILDING: 2,655sqft

LOT: 50.00'w x 163.00'd

TAXES: $3,884.24 (2022)

COMMUNITY: Martindale Pond


Room Measurements

Main Floor

  • Living Room 15.11' x 14.11'

  • Dining Room 14.11' x 13.9'

  • Eat-In Kitchen 21.8' x 8.8'

  • Bathroom 4.10' x 3.11'

Second Floor

  • Bedroom 18.9' x 12.4'

  • Bedroom 15.1' x 9.1'

  • Bedroom 14.10' x 8.10'

  • Bathroom 7.3' x 5.2'


  • Recreation Room 20.11' x 14.9'

  • Bonus Room 14.9' x 8.10'

  • Laundry Room 12.10' x 8.3'

Paper Abstract


Welcome to 18 Henley Drive, my family's home since 1948. Thank you so much for your interest! I thought I would take this opportunity to share a bit of the history of the property with you.


The deed goes back to August 24, 1796, when Captain Peter Ten Broeck was deeded the land from the British Crown for his service in the US Revolutionary War. I believe he also fought in the War of 1812. His family sold the land generations ago and my father purchased a portion of it with money received as his Veteran's allotment after WWII. We believe our home was one of the first built on Henley Drive.


Many fond memories were created over the years as my brother, sister, and I grew up. Growing up here, our home was surrounded by farmland. In front was a farmer's field and behind were rows of grape vines with a fruit orchard to the left. Our home also hosted many family parties, especially at Thanksgiving, Easter, and Christmas. Our large extended family was always over for a visit and our door was always open to family and friends. My parents loved music and our stereo or piano would fill the room.


The kitchen was a prime family spot, especially on Sundays when Mom was busy making our family's favourite roast beef dinner. Dad, an avid golfer, for a time had even turned the backyard into a putting green. Our yard also had tomato plants each summer and two Damson plum trees. A lot of jam was made from those trees and neighbours would come by to pick a basket!


This home has many happy memories for our family and will be remembered as a home full of fun and love. I believe that it will be the same for you and yours.






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