A house, a commercial office, was built on the bank of a river, two centuries ago. The road at the time followed the river and led to the main entrance. As the years went by, the road was moved to run along the back façade of the old structure. After the renovation, the new annex is now facing the existing roadway. The mansion now has two entrances, one front and one back, overlooking the river. Which Forum City reader lives with his kids and the older generation as a big happy family under the same roof?? Chemin Bord du Lac accommodates four generations of tenants! Great-grandfather, grandparents, parents, and children. A lot of people with completely different time concepts and even epochal views. In this way, the property has become a completely adapted home for this delightful family. Its exterior as well as its interior design precisely reproduces the intergenerational mingling of its inhabitants.