About Fairholme Manor Bed and Breakfast
Historic Architecture, Architecture, Interesting Places, Other Buildings And Structures
Fairholme Manor is a Designated Heritage building located in the Rockland neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It was built in 1886 on Rockland Hill, in a prestigious area known for its wealthy inhabitants, large lots and lush gardenscapes.
It was constructed for the sum of $7,000 by contractors Hill and Conley and designed in an Italianate style by architect John Teague. The home's rambling, two-story symmetry; overhanging eaves with decorative brackets; narrow bay windows; and low-pitched, gabled roof are all features typical of this fanciful late 19th century style.