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Horseshoe Valley home of Frank White. Dining area overlooking woodland.

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The kitchen, with retro wallpaper, vintage cabinetry and copper oven vent.

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The cottage is a stunning piece of architecture ‘generated by the cliff-side’ with ‘a bunch of crazy trusses on the top,’ says Toronto architect A. Duncan Green.

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Entry guardian.

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Entry bathroom.

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A copper-clad closet.

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Front door with overhang.

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Angled wall in the master bedroom.

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The sunken livingroom.

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The wine/beer/grocery elevator.

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Photo taken during chalet construction in 1970s. Hauling one of the main beams. Note the cart converted from a Volkswagen car body in background.

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Another construction photo. Putting up roof beams.

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