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Last Cottage on Canadice Lake is Sold

From Lima Recorder, August 1951.

Canadice Lake

1951 - The Lima Recorder

Rochester Will Auction Canadice Home

The City of Rochester will put up for auction on Monday, the last house on the Canadice Lake shore. Fred W. Ereth, Rochester Purchasing Agent, will sell the house known as the Moose property, to the highest bidder. The sale will be on the property, which is located on the east shore, one and a half miles from the head of the lake. The barn, icehouse, and the boathouses will be sold along with the house. The buyer of the property must remove all buildings within 60 days. This is the final step in the City of Rochester’s attempts to clear all habitations from the watershed.

Ereth will also sell at public auction on Monday, at 1 p.m., a quantity of farm material, including both modern gasoline-driven and out-moded horse-propelled machines. This sale will be held at Hemlock Park. All the articles to go under the auctioneer’s hammer were acquired by the City along with farm properties in the watershed. Included in the lot are light and heavy bobsleds, various lumber wagons and miscellaneous equipment.