In the 1960s Chatelaine magazine built a series of annual design homes in various Canadian cities to showcase trends and cutting-edge technology of the time. Robert Campeau often provided his input/expertise in the design and construction of these homes - even in the cases when the design home was not actually built in Ottawa. For instance, Campeau was involved in the 1965 design home, which was built in Bramalea, Ontario and Ste-Therese, Quebec. My other blog on Bramalea has that plan (at the bottom of the posting), and an article about Robert Campeau's involvement: (Chatelaine Design Home 1965). The 1964 plan is also on my other blog, but it does not appear that Campeau was involved that year: (Chatelaine Design Home 1964).
The 1966 Ottawa design home was built in Playfair Park, on Playfair Drive. The design differs from the previous two years in that it could be reproduced en masse - or at least a version of the design. At the bottom of this post is the scaled-back version of the plan, which was sold in a handful of Campeau's developments of the time.
Below is an article from Canadian Builder magazine, August 1966:
Below is the smaller version of the design home, which was sold by Campeau in the late 1960s. Was your house based on the 1966 Chatelaine Design Home?