Philomène Terrace
(363-383 Daly Avenue)
 
This massive, two-and-a-half storey, eight-unit, grey limestone row house was built around 1874. The pitched roof with its eight gables, the ornate verandas with wood embellishments and the massive chimneys make it one of the most imposing properties in Sandy Hill. It was built by Honoré Robillard, Gloucester Township reeve and quarry owner, who named it after his first wife, Philomène Barrette. Philomène Terrace was once the residence of Archibald Lampman, one of the most illustrious Canadian poets of the 19th century.