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Built for Vancouver bookbinder Gustav Roedde, the house is thought to have been designed by Francis Rattenbury, the architect responsible for the Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel in Victoria (see Excursions). The home's most distinctive feature is its rooftop cupola. It was from here, at the end of the 19C, that residents could watch the sea lanes for incoming vessels. Now, alas, West End development has blocked the view.
- Address : Barclay & Broughton Sts.. West End. CDN - Vancouver BC V6H 3S4V6H3S4Vancouver
- Phone : 6046847040
- Website : http://www.roeddehouse.org
- Prices : $4; $5 for Sunday afternoon tea.
Opening hours :
- Open for tours year-round Wed-Fri & Sun 2pm-4 p.m.