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218 St. Andrew’s Street

218 St. Andrews Street was built circa 1900.

It is best known as the studio of artist Emily Carr (1871-1945).

Here is a map showing the location of 218 St. Andrews Street:

Here is a Google Street View image of 218 St. Andrews Street:

Additional Information About 218 St. Andrews Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2018): $1,0956,800; Land $,1,029,000; Buildings $66,800
  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $1,056,000; Land $951,000; Buildings $105,000
  • Victoria Heritage Foundation

A Brief History of 218 St. Andrews Street

See Victoria Heritage Foundation.

Here are links to some historic photographs of 218 St. Andrews Street:

Here are some more buildings associated with Emily Carr:

Emily Carr House, 207 Government Street, built circa 1863, is now a National Historic Site of Canada

Emily Carr House, 207 Government Street, built circa 1863, is now a National Historic Site of Canada

Emily Carr House, 207 Government Street

Built circa 1863 as a home for the Carr family, this was Emily Carr’s childhood home.

It is now a National Historic Site of Canada.

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1107 Wharf Street, built circa 1862. It was once the office and warehouse of Richard Carr, the father of well known Canadian artist and writer Emily Carr (1871-1945)

1107 Wharf Street, built circa 1862. It was once the office and warehouse of Richard Carr, the father of well known Canadian artist and writer Emily Carr (1871-1945)

1107 Wharf Street

Built circa 1862, possibly by architect Richard Lewis.

It was once the office and warehouse of Richard Carr, the father of well known Canadian artist and writer Emily Carr (1871-1945)

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Emily Carr's House of All Sorts, 646 Simcoe Street in Victoria's James Bay district.

Emily Carr’s House of All Sorts, 646 Simcoe Street in Victoria’s James Bay district.

Emily Carr’s House of All Sorts, 642-646 Simcoe Street

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