It's been seven years in the making, but Alderlea - considered the most significant heritage building in Brampton, Ontario - is fully restored and ready for event rental. The 145-year-old house, which sits overlooking Gage Park in downtown Brampton, is back to it's original splendor. Tradewood recreated historically correct windows and doors to complete a stunning space in addition to a one-of-a-kind glassed in pavillion. This portion of the building was created as a "contemporary interpretation" of the home's original conservatory. Following careful restoration for adaptive reuse, this 19th century mansion offers privacy, elegant surrounds and impeccable services. Alderlea's main reception space, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Pavilion merges historical charm with innovative green design. This grand space features floor-to-ceiling windows and opens out onto the exquisite landscaped gardens. The elegant Parlour and Board Room have been restored and feature high ceilings and original fireplaces, blending the past with the present. Learn more about the historical building here.
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