Booth House is a prominent heritage building in downtown Ottawa located at 252 Metcalfe St., just south of Somerset. The house was built by lumber baron John R. Booth in 1906, and it was designed by John W. H. Watts, who did a number of other Ottawa buildings. In 1990, the building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.

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  • Booth House is a prominent heritage building in downtown Ottawa located at 252 Metcalfe St., just south of Somerset. The house was built by lumber baron John R. Booth in 1906, and it was designed by John W. H. Watts, who did a number of other Ottawa buildings. It remained in the Booth family until 1947, when it then became home of the Laurentian Club, one of Ottawa's leading clubs. The club closed in 2000, however, and the property was bought by Trinity Western University to house its academic-internship program, the Laurentian Leadership Centre. It now houses Trinity Western students who are interning in various governmental, cultural, business, journalistic, or non-governmental offices. In 1990, the building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. (en)
  • La maison Booth (Booth House) est une maison bourgeoise située au 252 rue Metcalfe à Ottawa. La maison a été construite pour le baron du bois John Rudolphus Booth en 1906 selon les plans de l'architecte John W. H. Watts, qui a dessiné de nombreux bâtiments à Ottawa. Elle a appartenu à la famille Booth jusqu'en 1947, date à laquelle est a hébergé le Laurentian Club, l'un des plus importants clubs privés d'Ottawa. À la suite de la fermeture du club en 2000, elle a été occupée par la Trinity Western University qui s'en sert comme résidence pour les stages étudiants. La maison a été désignée lieu historique national du Canada en 1990. (fr)
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  • Booth House is a prominent heritage building in downtown Ottawa located at 252 Metcalfe St., just south of Somerset. The house was built by lumber baron John R. Booth in 1906, and it was designed by John W. H. Watts, who did a number of other Ottawa buildings. In 1990, the building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. (en)
  • La maison Booth (Booth House) est une maison bourgeoise située au 252 rue Metcalfe à Ottawa. La maison a été construite pour le baron du bois John Rudolphus Booth en 1906 selon les plans de l'architecte John W. H. Watts, qui a dessiné de nombreux bâtiments à Ottawa. Elle a appartenu à la famille Booth jusqu'en 1947, date à laquelle est a hébergé le Laurentian Club, l'un des plus importants clubs privés d'Ottawa. À la suite de la fermeture du club en 2000, elle a été occupée par la Trinity Western University qui s'en sert comme résidence pour les stages étudiants. (fr)
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