Hidden behind rows of mature trees is the manager’s house.
This impressive house has several points of interest, including a large hipped gable dormer with a gingerbread trim consisting of fleur-de-lys above the front door. The shining sun motif appears once again.
The metal shingle roof using the tôle à la canadienne method is fabricated and installed by company workers. The wood windows reflect the shape of those used at Rolland Mill.
Auberge Au Clos Rolland 1200 Saint-Jean Street Architectural Detail