Poulin House (1913)

Poulin House (1913)

This residence was built in the Queen Anne style for general merchant Basile Roch Poulin, who also owned The Prescott and RUssell Advocate, a daily published for more than 50 years. This businessman played a crucial role in development of the village.

Poulin House (1913)

The striking dome is topped by a beautifully designed fleur-de-lys.

Poulin House (1913)

The house is now used as a lawyer's office and a Bed & Breakfast.

Maison Poulin (1913)

Pendant de nombreuses décennies, la maison a abrité Germaine Landriault, talentueuse organiste de la paroisse. Aujourd'hui on y trouve un bureau d'avocat et un gîte du passant.

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The 17 historic buildings of L'Orignal

The 17 historic buildings of L'Orignal image circuit

Presented by : Comtés unis de Prescott et Russell

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