Overlooking the picturesque waters of Lake Ontario and bordered by Joshua’s Creek, the Harding Waterfront Estate is a premier event venue for your special occasion. This enchanting estate includes a historic mansion, lavish grounds, and luxurious tented glass pavilion.
Originally constructed in 1937, Harding Waterfront Estate is named after Kathleen Harding, the estate’s longest resident. Kathleen Harding was married to Charles Power Bell who commissioned Bank of Canada architect, Marani Lawson and Morris, to design the modern classical house and garage. He died shortly thereafter, leaving his wife the estate. Harding continued to live in the mansion and eventually remarried millionaire financier James Arthur Gairdner.