An architect of the first part of the 20th Century was a recurring theme this year for Doors Open. W.E. Noffke designed several buildings or worked on modifications for buildings.This residence sits in the south end of the Glebe, overlooking the Rideau Canal. This was the first year the home has participated in Doors Open, and I hope it does so again. It is the official residence of the Greek Ambassador.
It dates back to 1910, and is stunning inside.
With the official status of the residents, that includes some ancient art, including this Greek statue.
This bust is one of Alexander The Great.
I liked the look of this cabinet.
Quite a pleasant dining room to be in, I would say.