Stewart Farmhouse is the only completely intact farm unit remaining in Surrey from the late 19th century.
Heritage Area: Crescent Beach
Site #: 12
Location: 13723 Crescent Road
Registered: May. 27, 1997
Significance: Architectural, Historical
Description: The wood frame farmhouse is a fine example of more elaborate Victorian architecture from 1894, featuring a large veranda on the south and east sides supported by decorative brackets, bay windows on main floor, paired windows on second floor. John Stewart purchased the farm in 1880, and pioneered the dyking of the Nickomekl River. He married Anne in 1884, and served 5 years on the earliest Municipal Councils. This is the only completely intact farm unit remaining in Surrey from the late 19th century. Stewart Farmhouse is open to the general public for tours and family activities.
Protected by Heritage Designation By-law, 1984, No. 7823 (PDF).
Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.