“Maplewood” Own a part of Victoria’s history. Built in 1890-91, this heritage home was designed by John Teague for Beaumont Boggs & his new wife Mary (Richmond) & is featured in a number of publications of grand historical homes in Victoria. Maplewood boasts over 4500 sq.ft. & has been lovingly restored & enjoys dramatic views over the Selkirk waterway. The distinctive box-bay angled tower, gabled front entry porch, wrap-around verandah, eave brackets, Master balcony are some of the many features. Converted to a 4-plex in the late 80s, the current owners have turned it back to a single family home while maintaining legal 4-plex status. The goose is just below the property providing access to trailways as well as being minutes to downtown.