I've watched the evolution of this property over the years, never knowing the story that went along with it. So glad I had the opportunity to meet Sandy Miller, gardener extraordinaire, and visit her lovely property.
"The house was built in 1908 by local building contractor and town councillor Robert Treacy. He is responsible for building a number of important buildings in High River including the Anglican Church at the end of our street.
We purchased the home in 2000 from the Eadie family. We wanted to raise our daughter in a small town setting.
We have spent the past 21 years restoring and renovating. We are presently building our most recent structure; a dining shed to go along with the garden shed, and the She Shed (previously our daughters childhood playhouse)
We have also spent 20 years establishing the garden and trying to keep plants alive in our famous southern Alberta 60 degree temperature swing!'