Architecture of Newfoundland
William Strugnell's House
Photo courtesy of Joan Hotson
By the end of the XIXth century, the simple designs that had been common sometimes gave way to creative ones. The house pictured here was built around 1910 by William Strugnell who was a master carpenter who was well-known for his uncommon designs.
The house is found in Pouch Cove and is still in use today.
© 2004 Claude Bélanger, Marianopolis College