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Rejuvenated Spirit

Craig was originally working with the clients for an addition/renovation to another property they owned. One day during the process he received an email asking if I could meet them at another address, “they had found the perfect house”. As we walked through the house you had to look past the current use as a rooming house, because buried deep was a 6000 sq ft historical beauty. The entire building was once a single-family home built in 1880 and over the years had several uses, most recently as a triplex/rooming house.  We have been told many a London Knight has occupied these rooms.  The clients decided to keep the back upper two units as separate apartments and the rest to be main house.

Phase 1: Included now vacant upper 2 apartments. After consulting with Kyle at the Heritage Dept, it was confirmed we could make the alterations desired if we protected and did not alter the second-floor original fireplace (one of 7 in the home). The process included getting permits for all the work and engineering as we needed a “bit of steel” to open it up the way the client wanted. Both apartments were made completely fire safe and soundproofed.

Category: Heritage Renovation

Square feet: 1610

Work Completed: On going

Colour Palette: Historical 

Designer: Bonnie Hardy/Leah Turner

Lead Carpenter: Mike Leduc

Category: Heritage Renovation

Square feet: 1610

Work Completed: On going

Colour Palette: Historical 

Designer: Bonnie Hardy/Leah Turner

Lead Carpenter: Mike Leduc

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