Architectural heritage

The Boucher House

 

Maison Boucher
Built in 1906 by farmer and carpenter Joseph-Octave Boucher, this typical domestic dwelling features a mansard roof with four sloping sides, which is a distinct feature of the Second Empire and one of its kind in Percé. A secondary part, similar in style, was added to the almost square main structure. A double dormer window atop an orthogonal bay window enhances the facing of the house. A gallery adjoining both parts of the house gives it more ampleness.

 
     
  412, route 132 West, Percé