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146 Court Street North

This two-and-a-half-storey residence was constructed in 1906 and the original owner was Louis Walsh. Built in the Queen Anne style, much of the original building materials have been retained to this day. The walls are red sandstone, and the brickwork has been designed in a random ashlar pattern. At the south end of the east wall there is a three-storey polygonal semi-detached tower. A veranda extends around two sides of the home, the roof of which is supported by ionic columns. Half of the veranda has been enclosed with modern glass windows. The roof of the house is also unique with its cross-gabled design and various extending dormers. The house features numerous window styles. This building is an excellent example of the Queen Anne style of architecture, and fits beautifully into the area.

146 Court Street North

 

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