Built in 1863 by Hugh Frederick McLachlin, this white board and batton house with gingerbread trim was the home of the Macnamara family and later the Cunningham family. Richard Macnamara and then his son, Charles, were bookkeepers for the McLachlin Bros. Lumbering Company. Charles Macnamara, famed naturalist and photographer, lived in the house from 1885 until his death in 1944. In 1945, the property ownership was transferred to Marian Macnamara and Jean Graham Cunningham. It still stands today as a bed and breakfast.
This historic home was built in 1874 by Hugh Frederick. His mother, Maria McLachlin, wife of Daniel McLachlin Sr., lived here from 1884 until her death in 1897. It remained in the McLachlin family until 1902, and was purchased by Edward de Renzy in 1905. The de Renzy family owned the property until 1972, when it changed hands to the Lang family.