maison de style Cottage anglais construite en 1942 avec murs extérieurs en pierres des champs et déclin, situé à St-Bruno-de-Guigues au Témiscamingue
Petosa House

maison de style Cottage anglais construite en 1942 avec murs extérieurs en pierres des champs et déclin

Year : 2016

Photo credit : Christine Brézina

Petosa House

The building dates back to 1942 and is located on a beautifully landscaped estate on the banks of the Rivière à la Loutre. Such lakeside properties were uncommon at the time. The English Cottage-style house was built by Mr. Angelo Petosa. Its foundation is made of stone and its exterior walls are made of fieldstones and clapboard.

This sumptuous construction gives us a glimpse of what the mid-20th century middle class could build.

DID YOU KNOW ?

The house was inhabited by Mrs. Virginie Dussault, who was Mr. Angelo Petosa’s wife and who was the first woman from the Témiscamingue region to publish a novel: Amour vainqueur. She also made important donations to the parish of St-Bruno-de-Guigues.

* These heritage items are private property; please admire them from public roads.

Façade de la maison Petosa

Year : 2016

Photo credit : Christine Brézina

Reproduction de la maison Petosa

Year : 2016

Photo credit : Émilie B. Côté

Address

1140 Québec 101 Nord, Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues, QC, Canada

Municipality

St-Bruno-de-Guigues

Category

Historic house

Sector

Centre

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