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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Heubach House (203 Park Boulevard, Winnipeg)

This house in the Tuxedo area of Winnipeg, was designed by G. W. Northwood with Raymond Carey and built in 1923 for Claude Heubach, who had joined the Tuxedo Park Company in 1907, two years after its founding. Heubach married well. His wife was Hazel Allan, of Montreal, a member of the family that owned the Montreal Steamship Lines and had their offices where the present Commodity Tower stands at the corner of Portage and Main. Because Tuxedo was slow to develop, Heubach never had the money he had hoped to have. The house was eventually sold, and Heubach built another, south of the park at 320 Hosmer Boulevard, before moving to Montreal in 1938. From 1931 to 1983, the house was owned by Gordon E. Konantz and his wife Margaret Rogers.

Heubach House

Heubach House (September 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Location (lat/long): N49.86986, W97.21948
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historical Tours in Manitoba: History and Walking Tour of Tuxedo

Memorable Manitobans: Claude Campbell Heubach (1886-1955)

Memorable Manitobans: Gordon Edward Konantz (c1896-1954)

Memorable Manitobans: Margaret MacTavish Rogers Konantz (1899-1967)


This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 23 September 2018

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