1910 Brick Victorian Pending Sale in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia

1910 Brick Victorian Pending Sale in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia

$499,900 CAD | Built 1910 | 4,798 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 0.52 Acres
95 Temperance Street, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada, B2H 3A8

Home to only 6 families over the last 111 years, this grand brick Victorian home is pending sale after hitting the market in June for $499,900 CAD. Built in 1910, this late Victorian brick beauty is a true landmark in the town of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Surrounded by lush gardens, towering chestnut trees, on nearly ½ acre in the centre of town with Laurie Park as your neighbour. They don’t build homes like this anymore! Original features include hardwood oak doors & trim, solid brass hinges/door plates, stunning stained glass transoms in all principle rooms as well as the stairwell and primary bedroom, 10-foot ceilings, intricate parquet floors in hall and parlours plus 4 fireplaces, 3 of which are steel lined & functional, all surrounded with marble/ceramic tiles of the period. This stunning home has 2 formal parlours, den/office, formal dining and large comfortable eat-in kitchen on the main. 

 

 

Front and back staircases to the 2nd storey with 4 large bedrooms plus nursery. Primary bedroom has a glass solarium overlooking the Park with southerly views! The 3rd floor has 5th bedroom and fabulous potential to build your dream suite in the large unfinished oversized attic space that includes the rounded turret. The walk-out basement is partially developed with a family room (great for kids), 3 piece bathroom, laundry room, cold storage & workshop areas. All the big expense items have been attended to by the current owners over the years. Windows replaced within the last 5 years, all knob & tube replaced with new wiring, 2 heat pumps – 2015/20. New fibreglass oil tank 2021, furnace approx. 10 years. The property is pending sale and on the market for $499,900 CAD with Kim Stewart of Royal LePage. Be sure to explore the house via the 3D tour!

 



















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