LeFlufy kept the components that make this wood frame construction home unique. Like the stylistic touches such as the clapboard siding, the wood sash windows and the veranda's overhanging eaves with decorative brackets.
Through the 1920s and some of the 1930s this home was rented out to many working class families although for a while during the Great Depression it was vacant.
Roedde House Museum was opened by then Mayor Gordon Campbell as Vancouver's first house museum.
I hope you find the beauty around you.
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