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New house, workshop, garage construction:

house & garage/workshop

Beautiful home on the shoreline - perfect for the Belangier's retirement years.
He, an architect, designed the story-and-a-half house with in-floor heating. It and the garage/workshop took three months to build.

Testimonial: "Being an architect I know construction. Warren is knowledgeable and very good in all aspects of new construction. It was a pleasure to work with him. Debbie & I are so pleased wth our new house."
Debbie & Gerry Belangier

house & buildings

Joan and Warren McAuley's bungalow with large screened in verandah and deck-in-the-back.
Plus several buildings including, on the left, Warren's carpentry workshop.

spacious screened in verandah bungalow back deck

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out building with metal roof

Warren's wife Joan says with pride, "He built this house for me 10 years ago with help from family and friends.
After seven months of working evenings and weekends, the house and shop were finished and we were in."
"We were shingling under the lights at 9pm in February," he says with a grin.
"He keeps adding buildings," notes Joan. "When people say it's like a little village - then you see a smile on his face."

new bungalow
new nova scotia kitchen lovely fireplace

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pine bathroom

The pine interior includes a traditional Cape Cod mantel.

This double garage and workshop, measuring 28 x 36-feet, was constructed for Reid and Denise McAuley. The story-and-a-half structure took about 1.5 months to build.

two-story double garage

New cottage construction:

nova scotia beach house

Client: Duckworth Real Estate.
The design of the Beach House incorporates the distinctive characteristics of the old English barns nearby. The building features a central area with a 30 foot high cathedral ceiling and two sleeping lofts, joined by a bridge. It is beautifully finished in pine throughout. The outside is finished in weathered cedar shingles.

The house was planned by Brian MacKay-Lyons and Anne Fouillard, decorated by Anne and built by Warren McAuley and John Duckworth in 1997.

oceanfront lodging architect's lodging

Client: Architect Brian Mackay Lyons. Shobac is a farm by the sea. It's constructed on historic village ruins near Lunenburg on Nova Scotia's South Shore and offers weekly rentals of four unique cottages and a large studio.

The cottages were built on concrete posts. The second floor loft bedroom has a private deck with views of the land and sea. In addition, every cottage has a large deck off the living area facing the sea to the southwest.

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