Ottawa South History Project
In this section
A map to all the heritage properties in Old Ottawa South, linked to the Old Ottawa South History Project's write-up on each. Your own virtual historical walking tour of our neighbourhood.
- blue pin = designated heritage property
- red pin = significant heritage property
- green pin = Heritage Survey 2009 property
Title: 834 Colonel By Drive
Address: 834 Colonel By Drive (Plan 214 Lot 5 E Part lot 3.)
The home located at 834 Colonel By Drive was built in 1908 by Frank Jarman, an art dealer.1 Beginning from the time of its construction, it has been home to many prominent residents of Old Ottawa South, including Frank Jarman, a framer and art dealer, an intellectual property lawyer, and John Gleeson a manufacturer. It is a brick building based on a centre hall plan, and notable for being architect designed, making intentional use of classical architectural vocabulary, and for being a superior example of early twentieth-century Edwardian Classicism.