Cornwall's most unique house is no more
A unique Cornwall landmark reached the end of its life yesterday. Pyramid house has been a familiar site to residents on Emma Street for the last 10 years but yesterday it was demolished. The city says the house was in bad condition and it was a matter of public health and safety. It had also been subject to vandalism over the years. The wood sculpture called Pyramid Acres was erected in 2003 with funding from the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts and other grants. It cost $27,000 to build.