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All homes are “Heritage Homes”….here’s why

When we were deciding on a name for our magazine there was a lot of discussion. As an adjective, “heritage” denotes features belonging to the culture of a particular society, such as traditions, languages, or buildings, that were created in the past and still have historical importance. But “heritage” is also directly associated with homes that have been designated as such. An easier solution would be just to name it Century Home, but almost every house in any urban area meets that benchmark. We know there is a difference between a house and a home. Those who get that, really get it.

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"Close-up view of an intricate antique fireplace in a heritage home, showcasing the detailed stone or wood carvings, with visible testament to unique personal elements and architectural trends of its era."

A Burning Passion: Secrets of antique fireplaces in heritage homes

Stepping into a heritage home, one is often captivated by the majestic presence of antique fireplaces that stand as timeless focal points in the grandeur of the past. These historical treasures not only radiate warmth but also hold within them stories of craftsmanship, materials, and design that whisper secrets of

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Newfoundland’s Heritage Homes

  Newfoundland and Labrador is the only province where the primary building material is wood—a tradition that dates back almost four centuries. In the 1600s,

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Gertrude Lawson House

Gertrude Lawson House stands out. Located at 17th Street and Esquimalt in West Vancouver, British Columbia, it bears more resemblance to a Scottish castle than

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