How would you like to live in a house that's also the birthplace of a prime minister?
If you're in the market for a new home...consider owning a piece of Canadian history here in the southwest and for less than the cost of an average home in London or Windsor. A house just went on the market in the village of Neustadt. It happens to be the birthplace of the honourable John G Diefenbaker, the prime minister of Canada in the late 50s and early 60s. Chris dela Torre spoke to Angela Boersma from Royal Lepage and she's the listing realtor of the former Diefenbaker home.