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Wonche Colonial House

Architecture - Baie-Mahault

This traditional mid-19th century “master’s” house was built according to a square layout with a full wraparound gallery. Located on a plantation whose lands included the current settlements of Calvaire and Dorville, it was owned by Mr. Wonche, who, in 1840, succeeded first mayor Count d'Estrélan to become the commune’s second mayor. Today the building is known as the “Wonche Neighborhood House,” and is open to all as a venue for various workshops and events.

 Colonial House of Wonche, Baie-Mahault, former mansion of the nineteenth
Colonial House of Wonche, Baie-Mahault, former mansion of the nineteenth
 Colonial house of Wonche - Baie-Mahault: square plan with gallery
Colonial house of Wonche - Baie-Mahault: square plan with gallery
 The Colonial House of Wonche has now become a neighborhood house open to all
The Colonial House of Wonche has now become a neighborhood house open to all
 Baie-Mahault, Colonial House. Traditional louvered windows
Baie-Mahault, Colonial House. Traditional louvered windows
chemin bleu
caribéenne style
Dalciat

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