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Old Posted May 28, 2019, 3:09 AM
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Originally Posted by SignalHillHiker View Post
Yes, of course. It looks much better. It still stands out like a sore thumb - I wouldn't know it was Georgian but just the fact it's detached is enough that I know it's not original.
Architype's 100% correct, it's as pure Georgian as it gets.

Lots of buildings in Ontario (especially from the 1800-1820 period) in that exact style. Very common too in New England and New York. They exist in wood, and in stone, and in brick.

Feel totally out of place there. It's almost (to the trained eye ) as out of place as in the "before" situation.
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