Bolton Carriage Homes - three condos, each with custom designed kitchens, bathrooms and finishing.
Ranging between two and three bedrooms and bathrooms, the units all have individual features, and are finished with the highest quality fixtures. Respected suppliers such as Nino Marte Flooring, Theo Mineault Kitchens and Bathrooms, Mondeau plumbing and Multi-Luminaires have been chosen to ensure the highest quality in this project.
Bolton Carriage Homes - three condos, each customizable in design, kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and finishing. Ranging between two and three bedrooms and bathrooms, the units all have individual features, and are finished with the highest quality fixtures. Respected suppliers such as Nino Marte Flooring, Faubert Kitchens and Bathrooms, Mondeau plumbing and Multi-Luminaires have been chosen to ensure the highest quality in this project.
In 2010, Lafleur de la Capitale bought 52 Bolton Street, by then a sadly neglected building.
As one of the few remaining examples of historical Ottawa Carriage Houses of a bygone era in Ottawa, the company was determined to preserve its character and charm and to restore its place in Lowertown’s history.
To do so, our experienced restoration team painstakingly removed each original brick, then cleaned, and numbered them. The façade of the building will feature original-style 19th century brick.
The interior of the building, ruined by neglect, was gutted and rebuilt from the ground up into Bolton Carriage Homes, a three-storey luxury condo building redesigned by CH2 architecture, with three distinct units that can be customized to individual tastes.
Where horse drawn carriages once nimbly drove the carriageway now leads to an underground parking garage. A spacious, 500sq ft private garden now stands where the horse stable once stood.
The building also features a heated footpath and driveway, heated floors, central air conditioning and a private elevator.
From its colourful past as the heart of the French and Irish communities, Lowertown West has evolved into a quiet historical neighbourhood of tree lined streets laid out on Georgian principles by Colonel John By.
Framed by Bordeleau Park to the east and Sussex Drive to the west, Bolton Street forms the southern edge of what was historically known as ‘The Wedge’ of Lowertown West.
Located minutes from trendy restaurants, art galleries, hip nightlife and elegant shopping and sightseeing along Sussex Drive and in the ByWard Market, Bolton Carriage Homes is nestled next to five of the most beautiful embassy grounds in the nation’s capital.
Bolton Carriage Homes is also just moments away from iconic Lowertown landmarks such as the Royal Canadian Mint, the Ottawa Rowing Club, Elisabeth-Bruyere Hospital and Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica.