1745 Rockland Avenue
1745 Rockland Avenue was designed and built in 1899 by architect Francis Rattenbury for lawyer Ernest Victor Bodwell, Q.C., who sold it shortly afterwards to his law partner, Lyman Duff, who later became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada,
It has always been a single family residence.
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Additional Information About 1745 Rockland Avenue
- Assessed Value (July 2019): $2,221,000; Land $1,257,000; Buildings $964,000
- Assessed Value (July 2018): $2,375,000; Land $1,401,000; Buildings $974,000
- Assessed Value (July 2017): $1,774,000; Land $1,250,000; Buildings $524,000
- Sold on 10 July 2017 for $1,763,000
- Victoria Heritage Foundation
- Times-Colonist – 21 March 2015
A Brief History of 1745 Rockland Avenue
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