These plans were built in Riverside Park and Queensway Terrace.
This was Campeau's best-selling model in 1961. Sprawling bungalows were once a mainstay in new house construction, but became less common with time as lot widths shrunk. Now with the baby-boom population aging, one-level living is starting to make a comeback. Many of the bungalows that the boomers may have grown up in, may soon become popular houses for them to grow old in.
A different version of the B-34, with a larger kitchen.
The B-33 plan is similar in many regards, but is slighly larger and has 4 bedrooms.
The second best-selling plan of 1961 was the S-32. This is my favourite Campeau plan from the 1960s. Much like the Minto Alpine, the design uses post and beam construction with vaulted living spaces. Both the exterior and the interior of this plan are stunning.
The S-30 and S-31 are variations of the plan, with 3 bedrooms on the upper level.
The S-60 plan was a top-seller in 1962. I am guessing that the plan was so popular as it has 4 bedrooms (even though 2 are on the lower level), and yet is was priced like a 3 bedroom house.
The blueprints from the National Builder article.
The S-64 plan is identical, but does not have a garage. Instead space for a Recreation Room is located on the lower level - something that is missing from the S-60.
The S-62 plan, is a larger variation of the S-60 with 3 Bedrooms on the main floor.
A great way to see the built versions of these plans is to drive/walk along Baseline Road between Centrepointe and Greenbank. I suspect that the original model homes for Queensway Terrace were built there...does anyone know if this is true?