On the map of our heritage walking tour, the reference number of this structure is 10
The residence on King Street was built in the Queen Ann style in 1913 for Basile R. Poulin, general merchant and owner of the The Prescott and Russell Advocate, a daily newspaper published for more than 50 years in L’Orignal.
This businessman played a crucial role in the development of the village. Th striking dome is topped by a beautifully-designed fleur-de-lys. For many decades, the house was the home of Armand Landriault and his wife Germaine, talented organist. Their son, later opened his lawyer's office. Opened a few years as a B&B, it is now a lawyer's office and residence.