498 Lakeshore (2007)_160This Tudor/Georgian-style house was designed in 1932 by architect L.N. Booth, a member of the famous Royal Institute of British Architects. Elements such as neo-Georgian vestibules flanked by Doric columns and crowned with pediments, a gabled roof, and cedar-shingled exterior give this house a remarkably elegant style, One of the most typical of that period in Beaconsfield, its excellent condition and richness of architectural heritage reflect the regular maintenance and respect for original architecture of all of its owners since construction.