Located at 1020 Spadina Crescent East, this unique 1912 home was declared a heritage site on May 12, 2001.
An example of an Arts and Crafts style of architecture, this house with its stonework and turret with its “Boston Weave” shingles is a real Saskatoon landmark. Inside, a large stone fireplace and oak box-beamed ceilings complement multi-paned windows and the original woodwork.
The home was built for Henry Bruce, who lived in the home for a brief time before selling it to Dr. Harold Alexander, head of the Surgery Department at St. Paul’s Hospital. Home to the Alexanders from 1916 to 1946, it is associated with their lives and work. It has been preserved in its original condition.
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