Built around this Queen Anne Revival style house was the home of pioneer rancher J. McHugh and his family. It has been a boarding house, a residence for Basilian Fathers, and a group home. Photo courtesy of: Bill L.
*Mission... Granitize Place Castle. Formally named the Hickey Residence after its first owner, this 1912 house is better known as the Granitize Castle for obvious reasons. Its unique Queen Anne Revival style and location in the midst of apartment towers and multi-unit housing makes it a local landmark. Its informal title derives from former owner Floyd Colins, a sales rep for Granitize, a line of car care products. Hickey Residence... Photo by BillLongstaff, via Flickr
Mission -110 18 Ave SW. McHugh House. Built in 1896 is Calgary's sixth oldest home, is one of the last Queen Anne-revival architecture buildings in the city. Across the street from St. Mary's high School http://www.centuryhomes.org/house2012/110-18-avenue-sw/