Inside Island Heritage Homes

Two Hundred Years of Domestic Architecture on Prince Edward Island

by James MacNutt

Full-colour photographs and descriptions of 50 beautiful Prince Edward Island heritage home interiors.

This book explores the rich domestic architectural heritage of Prince Edward Island with chapters on the interiors of 50 of the most interesting historic homes on the Island. The houses selected for the book include examples of every important architectural style, and range from the late 18th century to the late 20th. Included are such well-known houses as Beaconsfield and Fanningbank, the official residence of the lieutenant governor in Charlottetown. Other houses featured are drawn from every corner of the province.

Each house is featured in a chapter with descriptive text and beautiful colour photographs taken for this book.

 

About the Author

JAMES W. MACNUTT, Q.C., is a lawyer in private practice in Charlottetown who has studied architectural theory in symposia and has given numerous public talks on the domestic architecture of Prince Edward Island. He is the co-author of Heritage Houses of Prince Edward Island.

Reviews

"Jim's book builds on the success of his previous book. He has done some very good research that's clear and understandable. He has provided a great way for people to look and understand the architectural history of this region."
John Tupper, Director of CCAGM, The Gaurdian
"Like the homes featured in the book, the creation of Inside Heritage Homes of P.E.I. was filled with details."
Sally Cole, The Gaurdian

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