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St. Charles Street

943 St. Charles Street

943 St. Charles Street was designed and built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry Exeter Beasley (1862-1943) and Katherine Beasley (nee Griffith; 1868-1953).  This house is on the City of Victoria Heritage Register.

943 St. Charles Street, built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry and Katherine Beasley

943 St. Charles Street, built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry and Katherine Beasley

943 St. Charles Street is an excellent example of how Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School were influencing Samuel Maclure at this period. Other examples of Samuel Maclure designs showing Prairie School influence are 942-944 St. Charles Street, 1005 St. Charles Street and 1031 Terrace.

943 St. Charles Street, built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry and Katherine Beasley

943 St. Charles Street, built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry and Katherine Beasley

 

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Additional Information About 943 St. Charles Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $2,114,000; Land $860,000; Buildings $1,254,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $2,341,000; Land $717,000; Buildings $1,624,000
  • Victoria Heritage Foundation

A Brief History of 943 St. Charles Street

943 St. Charles Street was designed and built in 1912 by architect Samuel Maclure for Harry Exeter Beasley (1862-1943) and Katherine Beasley (nee Griffith; 1868-1953).  This house is on the City of Victoria Heritage Register.

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