An architectural gem from 1908, learn more about the Victorian style farmhouse.
Heritage Area: Cloverdale
Site #: 29
Location: 18089 56 Avenue
Registered: July 14, 1997
Significance: Architectural, Historical
Description: Victorian styled front-gabled farmhouse. Built in 1908 on a stone foundation, it features a half-enclosed full-width front porch, multi-paned windows on main floor, bay window on west side, eyebrow dormer, and gable on hipped roof usually found on large barns and atypical of this type of building. Art and Irene Bourassa, after whom the house is named, purchased the farm in 1943 and Art organized the first Cloverdale Rodeo in 1948.