1120 Comox Street

Overview

Photo Credit: Bob Hare
Photo Credit: Bob Hare

Address

1120 Comox St, Vancouver BC

Neighbourhood

West End

type

Residential

Significance

A: Primary Significance

Description

Stanley Judson Steeves buit this house as a speculative project in 1904 as one of a number he undertook in the area.

This home is a copy of 1122 Comox, also built by Mr. Steeves and designed by noted architects Parr and Fee, although this home’s adornments have been somewhat modified; the gable is different, as are the porch columns.

It is a good example of Edwardian Builder style and features notable bay windows and a generous front porch. William Moore, a ‘commercial’ traveller was the first occupant.

This house is painted in VHF True Colours: Body – Hastings Red, Trim – Edwardian Buff, Watertable – Edwardian Buff, Sash – Gloss Black, Gables – Hastings Red, Deck and Stairs – Edwardian Porch Grey .

Source

Mole Hill

Map

1120 Comox Street

Directions

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