Tripple House

When the owners of this unique house bought the original log cabin in Shelburne, Ontario and moved it to Caledon they were told that zoning reqirements demanded structures with more square footage. They decided to buy two additional buildings and join them all together, thereby incorporating three major types of 19th century architecture construction in one house. The central part of the house was an 1880’s church which was discovered in pieces in a local antiques shop. The building on the left is an 1830’s post and beam balloon framed house which was originally an old homestead in Balderson, Ontario.

SIZE:

20″ X 14″

MEDIUM:

watercolour

ORIGINAL

SOLD

GICLÉE:

$330