Saturday, 6 October 2018

The Stevenson Farmhouse

Built by the area stonemason expert Charlie Parker in 1914, the cut-stone technique used on the Stevenson farmhouse adds dignity to this small prairie home that featured Craftsman architectural styling that was very popular at the time. The house was last lived in the early 1960s and now sits alone, hidden in the trees. Located in southwest Saskatchewan, visited in September 2017.

- Jason Paul Sailer


  1. It's still a beautiful place. "Good bones last"

    1. For now, until it succumbs to the earth. I do hope to return to photograph it again.