825 Windermere

So apparently, there are still some people who still don’t get it. Sigh.

So, you might be asking, what’s wrong with a white house? Ah, look closely, at first glance the house looks white, but, those are actually styrofoam panels… You know what that means right?


I only hope that when it’s done, it looks as crappy as this example a block north on Windermere.

We really need to get something in the planning guidelines to prevent this kind of “renovation”. Those who do this are butchers, ruining the aesthetic feel of the neighbourhood. They should be forced out of Walkerville, and exiled to Walker & the 401.

Thanks to both Steven Hargreaves and my Mom for the heads up.

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