Hamilton/Niagara

Love Your Home

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Love Your Home

Year: 2020
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Lori Love

The Niagara Region’s beautiful and historic landscape has long been the perfect backdrop for architectural masterpieces and stunning mansions.  Host Lori Love visits these spectacular houses and meets the people, who simply call them home.

Episodes

Episode 1

Homeowners David and Lanelle show Lori their Queen Anne style home. The spectacular waterfront mansion has plenty of windows, great views, and the walk in closet of your dreams.

Episode 2

Lori travels to Ridgeville Ontario and tours a home that brings a little piece of Versailles to Canada.

Episode 3

Lori is eager to tour a home that doubles as a winery. This historic house in Lincoln, Ontario has been in the same family for generations.

Episode 4

It's a house on stilts. Homeowners David and Tammy's modern masterpiece can feel like living in a treehouse, but the views from 35 feet up are well worth it.

Episode 5

Michael and Cheryl knew their historic home was used by the Royal family, but now that they've redesigned and brought it up to date, it's truly ready for their little princess.

Episode 6

Peggy and Scott's home in Pelham Ontario has no shortage of drama - everything from the colour choices to the massive chandeliers has Lori saying "wow!"

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