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917 Chilver

Last week we paid a visit to 907 Chilver, today we had south one house to 917 Chilver.

This house was built in 1912 for Harry L. Berry, who was an Excise Officer. It was designed by Windsor Architects Smith & Walker. Smith & Walker also designed the Grier Apartments in Walkerville.

The house is still in great shape, and has been well maintained over the years.

It’s hard to see due to the tree in the front yard, but other than this dormer added to the attic, it’s not too far changed from the original. Although I have to admit, I didn’t check the chimney…

In the postcard from John, that I also included in the post about 907, you can see the house as well.

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