10 Patterson Street (Bellevue Terrace)
10 Patterson Street, Belleville, ON K8N 3C5
Lot 30, Plan 1
Eclectic High Victorian
March 10, 1980; Residence By-Law #10799
Built in 1876. Many fine features include the sculptural quoins, the window hoods, the eave brackets and scroll design of the frieze, the elaborately detailed porches, portions of the exterior done in cement (introduced into construction in the 1870's), and the interiors of heavy plaster, with many cornices still remaining. Black and white Italian marble fireplaces. Considered one of Belleville's most impressive buildings.
Built by local clothier Isaac Graham, an ancestor of the present Graham families of Belleville.
File #1: Photographs, history, more details of building's qualities, correspondence, plans for restoration, newspaper clippings. File #2: Correspondence, legal documentation. There is a plaque file on this building.