|Address:||95 Waterloo Street|
|Other Work:||1966, addition|
|Firms:||Blankstein Coop Gillmor Hanna|
Blankstein built his own residence at 95 Waterloo Street in 1956 to house his growing family. It is a U-shaped structure built around a south-facing garden. The house’s lines are angular; while there is no applied decoration, the interior maintains a grandeur nevertheless well-suited to comfort. The home was built in two sections, growing from an L-shape to its present configuration with an addition in 1966.
|Materials:||Wood panels, brick|
3,277 square feet
|Garage:||Double detached garage located at the back of the site with a front and back exit door.|