Downtown Victoria Tour
Vancouver Street – 700 Block
725 Vancouver Street
Downtown Victoria Tour
Vancouver Street – 700 Block

725 Vancouver Street

725 Vancouver Street is one of eight houses designed and built in 1892 by Victoria architect John Teague for British investor Hedley Chapman. Only six of these eight houses designed by John Teague for Hedley Chapman are still extant. These other five surviving houses are: 731 Vancouver Street737 Vancouver Street743 Vancouver Street; 1012 Richardson Street; and 1011 Maclure Street.

725 Vancouver Street is currently subdivided into four rental apartments.

725 Vancouver Street is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.

725 Vancouver Street, built in 1892 by architect John Teague (photo by Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

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Additional Information About 725 Vancouver Street

A Brief History of 725 Vancouver Street

725 Vancouver Street is one of eight houses designed and built in 1892 by Victoria architect John Teague for British investor Hedley Chapman. Only six of these eight houses designed by John Teague for Hedley Chapman are still extant. These other five surviving houses are: 731 Vancouver Street; 737 Vancouver Street; 743 Vancouver Street; 1012 Richardson Street; and 1011 Maclure Street.

The contractor which built these houses in 1892 was Bishop & Sherborne. The B.C. Land & Investment Agency acted as agent for Hedley Chapman.

725 Vancouver Street is currently subdivided into four rental apartments. The house is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.

 

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