Sampling of Past Projects
Large and CO. has been building Quality homes in Great Neighbourhoods for you since 1962.
Completely renovated existing home, oak floors, cove ceilings, leaded glass doors, gas range/fireplace, electric car charger. Separate 2 bedroom suite with own backyard/driveway.
1509 San Juan
New construction, 2 homes in one. Main home 1508 sqft, private suite 917 sqft. Hot water on-demand, heating gas/electric, electric car charger.
4103 Quadra Street
Great location for all your needs. Renovated main floor, hard wood throughout, fenced large back yard. Basement renovated into a 2 bedroom suite 826 sqft, private entrance and fenced backyard.
New construction 1644 sqft 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large open concept: kitchen, dining room/living room. Hot water on-demand, large garage with electric car charger, private fenced yard. Also, a 780 sqft 2 bedroom suite with your own laundry and private yard.
21 Conard St.
First 48 unit condo to be built in View Royal. This condo is equipped with leading edge high speed Fibre-optics and large indoor storage lockers on the roof, Camden Green was the first condo on Vancouver Island to implement geothermal technology to heat the domestic hot water and infloor radiant heating. Camden Green was constructed to a Built Green Gold Standard.
2213 Spring Rd
This heritage designated home was completely restored to heritage standards and a new unit constructed at the back of the property to tie into the finishing and beauty of the original home.
Corner of Shelbourne and Haultain
One lot, now becomes three homes with front and back yards. The main floor is designed with the ‘age in place’ concept. The second floor has two bedrooms, living room and full bathroom. A retired couple could live here with plenty of room for grand-children, or simply rent to university students.
919 Market St
24 affordable condominiums with secure underground parking in the heart of Quadra Village. Close to Mayfair Mall and Topaz Park.
208 Henry St
This visionary project was the first of its kind in the City of Victoria to allow the second home to be built on the back of the property and renovating the existing home into 3 units. Large and Co. did something that had yet to be done.
1108 Tolmie ,1112 Tolmie Ave
Bought from original owners, the house was moved to the back of the property and renovated into 2 strata homes. The duplex shown here was constructed in the front of the property.
Rhoda Lane is situated in Esquimalt just a stone’s throw away from the famous Gorge Vale Golf Club. This six-lot subdivision is beautifully located along the Gorge Waterway. With three homes built right on the Gorge Waterway and the other three with direct access to the Gorge.
733 Sea Terrace
This property was chosen for it’s amazing location on the Songhees Walk into the City of Victoria. The Municipality supported a 4 townhouse infill project on the corner lot.
1680 Ryan St.
The existing home was relocated on the property and renovated to an up/down duplex. The second home was transported from another Large and Co. property and reconverted to three units.
1095 McKenzie Ave
Built by DataTech Systems Inc. President Earl Large and home to DataTech for many years. Co-operating with the Saanich community Mr. Large donated part of his land to the Galloping Goose Trail.
1267 Walnut St
The original home was situated at the back of the property. The creative infill plan for this site was to construct a new home in the front yard.
1241 Walnut St.
This home was constructed on a small lot taken from the adjacent home which was also renovated into two affordable strata homes.
2415 Quadra St.
A property situated at the gateway to downtown Victoria, Large and Co. transformed this notoriously derelict home. Three beautiful character strata units were created garnering accolades from the Mayor and the Neighborhood Association.
2701 Asquith St
This meaningful restoration is the result of Large and Co.’s creative and imaginative planning and designs.
833 Princess Ave
A large elegant home was renovated into 4 beautiful strata units. Large and Co. removed the original stained glass, doors, trim, mantle, and baseboards. Then reinstalled these various Heritage elements to avoid damage during construction.