BAYFIELD-JAYNES PROPERTY - 42 OWEN LANE | CIRCA 1867
The Bayfield-Jaynes home is located on park-like grounds which includes a two storey Late Regency style house. The property is situated in the Keppoch area of Stratford overlooking the Hills borough Bay.
It is believed that the building was constructed in 1867 for Admiral Henry Wolseley Bayfield and his family. Admiral Bayfield, his wife, Fanny Amelia Wright, an accomplished painter and instructor, occupied the home as a summer residence. Bayfield has been recognized for his significant achievements in surveying and charting the coastal waters of eastern Canada.
More Recent Occupants
In the late 1800’s, the property changed hands a number of times. By 1918, Rev. Julian C. Jaynes and his wife Clara Bullard purchased the estate; family members summered there until the 1990’s.
Bayfield-Jaynes Property (42 Owen Lane)