Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Big House on Kent Street




There is a man who lives in Europe who used to live in Guelph when he attended the University of Guelph and he suggested some places in Guelph that he'd enjoy seeing in this blog so today, as the snow was falling, I went to Kent Street just down below the hill where the big Church of Our Lady stands at the top.


This large house stands away up the bank of the hill and I saw some university students going in as I walked along the edge of the road.




10 comments:

Carraol said...

Great architecture, is an impressive house! Greetings from MC.

Keropok Man said...

I wonder how it looks inside. A peep for us? :-)

oldmanlincoln said...

It is an impressive house. I would love to own it without all the problems related to owning older homes.

Gordon said...

Interesting architecture and a great shot!

GiuCe said...

it's a beautiful house... :)

Jackie said...

Wow, I never lived anywhere so grand when I was an undergraduate!

Jackie
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marley said...

Nice looking house. The snow makes it look like something from a fairytale!

Paul said...

Great PHOTO!!!!

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A very nice looking house. Great shot.

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Magda said...

Nice pic. I learned on an arts council walking tour that this was the first home in Guelph to get electricity. It always seemed an odd place to me to build such a grand home, with the train tracks running right in front. Perhaps the first owners were commuters?
Magda
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