octagon

PHOTOlog | stop this time CHINGUACOUSY SOUTH

PHOTOlog | stop this time CHINGUACOUSY SOUTH

georgian architecture, museum at christmas

Christmas decor at historical Bovaird House, built 1852 in Brampton, by baker Peter Chisholm. This Georgian home features a McLaughlin cutter (sleigh), the remnants of an apple orchard, and early commercial baking implements. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, December 2014

pre-Confederation architecture, octagonal house, near Toronto

Early Octagonal House at 8273 Heritage Road, built about 1854 by Samuel McClure. French double doors are centered in each of the three sides which face the road. On the “commute”? Stop once. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, June 2015

PEEL County | Chinguacousy South Township

PHOTOlog | unusual architectural details NORTHUMBERLAND

Neo-Classical Pre-Confederation architecture, Loyalist family, Colborne, Ontario

Keeler House, 9 Church St., Colborne was the home of the son of U.E.Loyalist Joseph Keeler. Built about 1820, it is considered to be a copy of its contemporary: Barnum House near Grafton. The NeoClassical exterior details are matched throughout the interior. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

Pre-Confederation architecture in Colborne, Ontario, neoClassical, octagonal, Regency

Rare angles! An Octagon, built by Reuben Scott about 1850 at 45 Parliament St., Colborne village ; and an unexplained overhung roof at 13655 County Rd. 2, outside Colborne. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

NORTHUMBERLAND County | Cramahe Township