House Exteriors (early 1900s)
I'm a research junky. This board includes images from early 1900s catalogs, advertisements, period photographs and other relevant research sources for an early century Craftsman / Bungalow / Arts & Crafts style homes.
The Home that Sparked a Love for Arts and Crafts Design
The Old City Hall, now used as the Port Moody Arts Centre, is a landmark institutional building, one and one-half storeys in height with a full basement, situated on its original site on the corner of St. Johns and Kyle Streets, a prominent location in Moody Centre. A stone cairn commemorating the arrival of the first train and the completion of the transcontinental railway is located on the grounds. The sloping site, which rises to the south, gives the building additional prominence.
The Trethewey House--1920--is a grand one and one-half storey plus basement, wood-frame Craftsman house. It is situated on a large lot in central Abbotsford, to the east of Clearbrook near Mill Lake, with a landmark stand of Douglas fir trees at the front of the property. The house and its property are now the home of the MSA Museum Society. The interior and exterior of the house have been restored and it is now used for interpretive purposes.
Percy Nevil Smith House 2 - 1908 - 1122 Bute Street, Vancouver, BC. William HR Collister, a manager of the Albion Iron Works, bought this beautiful home on the corner of Bute and Pendrell from the builder Percy Nevil Smith. Mr. Smith was the builder of three houses with similar detailing; 1122, 1116, and 1110. This is the only one that went to a private owner; Mr. Smith rented the other two. Collister lived here until 1921.
C.W. Misener House - 1913 - 4446 West 5th Ave, Vancouver, BC. This house is a fine example of a craftsman home built shortly before the outbreak of WWI. One of the first houses built on the block, the value of the house in 1913 is listed in the building register at $3,500. City Directories show that C.W. Misener designed, built and owned the house in 1913.
Heritage House - 1911 - 2006 Whyte Avenue, Vancouver, BC. This handsome Arts and Crafts bungalow was designed by the contracting firm of Bell & Reid and built in 1911 for $3,450 by Prudential Builders Ltd. Its first owner and occupant was Charles Noble Bell, the Bell in Bell & Reid. He lived here for about three years before moving to Surrey.
Walker Residence - 1907 - 5255 Sperling Avenue, Burnaby, BC. The Walker Residence is important as it references the economic activities in the Deer Lake area prior to the development of grand mansions in Deer Lake Park. It is typical of the cottages built by workers in the market gardening and lumber milling industries that operated around the lake primarily from 1904-1925. This is the only cottage on the shores of Deer Lake remaining from the era.
Fairacres Mansion -1911. Designed by English architect R.P.S. Twizell, the English Arts & Crafts styled mansion and estate cost over $150,000 in 1911. Grace Ceperley died in 1917 and when the estate was sold, the proceeds were used to build Ceperley Playground in Stanley Park.
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