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The Victorian Era is Still Alive in This 106-Year-Old Carriage House in Montreal

Technically speaking, the Victorian era ended on January 22, 1901, the day that Queen Victoria died. But the 19th-century spirit of her reign is very much alive in Carrie MacPherson’s Montreal home. Built in 1913 near the base of Mont Royal, the home was originally a carriage house for a nearby mansion, but was eventually converted into a private home. Carrie, a magazine editor and content creator, wasn’t really looking to move, but her boyfriend, Chris, spotted the house online in 2016 and suggested they visit. Carrie quickly fell in love with the home’s whimsical flourishes, including vintage chandeliers, several statues and a hand-painted fresco in the bathroom. “If I were a house, this would be me,” she said.



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