Open Belle Vue's Doors Again

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After the War of 1812, the promise of Belle Vue gave us hope. Today, Belle Vue National Historic Site Amherstburg inspires future generations by connecting people, preserving national heritage and fueling the creative vitality of our communities!

Thanks to an inspired decision based on meticulous feasibility research by CAO John Micelli, this national and local historical treasure will now be protected and preserved for generations to come. Residents may be assured that the people forming the new Belle Vue Conservancy group will be working closely with the citizens of Amherstburg to ensure the building will be used appropriately.

Through collaboration and partnerships, The Amherstburg Belle Vue Conservancy is dedicated to raising 1 million dollars for Phase 1 of restoration to secure; a new roof, windows, gutters and foundation work. These core repairs are of absolute urgency in order to stabilize the house after years of severe neglect.





After the War of 1812, the promise of Belle Vue gave us hope. Today, Belle Vue National Historic Site Amherstburg inspires future generations by connecting people, preserving national heritage and fueling the creative vitality of our communities!

Thanks to an inspired decision based on meticulous feasibility research by CAO John Micelli, this national and local historical treasure will now be protected and preserved for generations to come. Residents may be assured that the people forming the new Belle Vue Conservancy group will be working closely with the citizens of Amherstburg to ensure the building will be used appropriately.

Through collaboration and partnerships, The Amherstburg Belle Vue Conservancy is dedicated to raising 1 million dollars for Phase 1 of restoration to secure; a new roof, windows, gutters and foundation work. These core repairs are of absolute urgency in order to stabilize the house after years of severe neglect.





  • Amherstburg Purchases Belle Vue, Sept 27, 2016

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    almost 3 years ago

    After rejecting a proposal to buy Bellevue House, Amherstburg town council decided to take over the historic mansion.

    Councillors agreed Monday to purchase the house for $1.1 million, which will be paid over the next five years.



  • Belle Vue Property For Sale, May 23, 2016

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    almost 3 years ago

    No trespassing signs discourage the curious from getting too close to this once-lavish home that sits forlornly on the Detroit River shoreline in Amherstburg.

    Shedding tears of peeling white paint, the still stately structure on Dalhousie Street has lingered in quiet decay ever since its purchase by a numbered company for nearly $800,000 in 2003.