Friday, September 6, 2019


Lennard House circa 1971
7 Rolph Street, Dundas, ON
Photos copyright 2019 the Gteam  - Royal LePage

This one of a kind modernist architectural wonder is a 'dodecagon', built with 12 equal sides. Designed by architect Harry Lennard for his parents in 1971, the home uses structural steel supported by a concrete cylinder. 

It can be entered from below using a circular staircase, or from a bridge next to the guest parking pad.

Lennard House features soaring vaulted cedar planked ceilings, 3 beds and 2 baths, all over 1,856 square feet with living centered around  the kitchen (literally core of the home). 

FRESH FACT: There's no basement but there's plenty of storage in the walkout lower level comprised of he concrete cylindrical base.

Be the owner of only one of two houses on this secluded, yet close to everything, dead-end street. This #DundasOnt mid-century marvel is situated on a stunning 120 ft x 142 ft, 0.40 acre forested lot and is walking distance to everything Olde Dundas has to offer. Offered at $1,095,000, it will not last!

Video Tour HERE:

Featured in HISstory and HERitage's Sleek Exhibit:

SLEEK - The Lennard House from historyandheritage on Vimeo.

Offered at $1,095,000
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