I was fortunate enough to attend a lovely party this past weekend at the gorgeous Stephen Leacock Museum. The house’s historical architecture and charm were truly captivating. I just couldn’t help but take some pictures of the gorgeous and serene surroundings to share with you.
The Leacock House was built in 1928, and belonged to renowned writer, Stephen Leacock. The home was designed by Wright & Noxon of Toronto, Ontario.
“When I build my house, I shall make it very plain but at the same time very large. … it will become a charming English place – I’m tired of cities and people – it’s a case of Good-bye proud world, I’m going home.” – Stephen Leacock
That’s it for todays post. I’ll be back again at the end of the week. See you then 🙂
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