1895 Queen Anne Victorian Relists for $1.15M in New Brunswick (PHOTOS)

1895 Queen Anne Victorian Relists for $1.15M in New Brunswick

$1,150,000 CAD | Built 1895 | 8 Beds | 8 Baths | 0.41 Acres
146 Waterloo Row, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, E3B 1Z1

Guided by the beautiful Saint John River, Fredericton’s Waterloo Row is loved for its historical homes, lined one after another, each with its own unique characteristics & impressive stature. A superb example of Queen Anne architecture, this landmark Victorian residence was built in 1895 and the was the original home of the founders of Chestnut Canoes. The 125-year-old residence recently relisted for $1.15 million CAD. It had previously been on the market for $997,000 CAD. The home offers 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms with a 3rd floor that has its own entrance and could lend well to a luxury apartment or in-law suite! Currently operated as a reputable Bed & Breakfast, the home has been impeccably maintained with newer roof shingles, recently painted exterior & unexpected upgrades like 6 renovated bathrooms & ductless split heat pumps in each of its 6 bedrooms! 

Enjoy views of the water from every front room of the house and soak in the curb appeal of the corner lot! The front corridor leads into the incredibly impressive foyer and the homes interior is polished off with originally crafted woodwork & the original wooden shutter trimmed windows. The outdoor patio areas & gorgeous gardens complete this perfectly appointed Castle On Waterloo! It’s on the market for $1.15 million CAD with Jessie Yerxa, Andrew Phillips and Jane Gorman of Exit Realty Advantage.

 

















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