The late 1800’s farm house is roughly 5,000 square feet underwent various modifications between 1940 to 1960, most of which were damaging to the buildings heritage value. Due to an overall long term lack of maintenance, the building fell into a state of deep disrepair. During their brief ownership, The Land Conservancy (TLC) of British Columbia performed substantial work to stabilize the failing building. In 2014, Rebecca and George Papadopoulos purchased the property from TLC and embarked on a project to repair and improve the building to create a functional and sustainable residential living space while preserving and restoring key character elements and heritage value. After five intense years of work, in 2019 this goal was achieved. In 2020, Heritage BC recognized the achievement with a honour award for heritage conservation.