1911 Architect Ernest Walker-Designed Dutch Colonial Asks $2.75M in Shediac, New Brunswick
$2,750,000 CAD | Built 1911 | 10,000 Sq. Ft. | 14 Beds | 14 Baths | 8 Acres
114 Riverside, Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada, E4P2P3
Designed by architect Ernest Walker and built in 1911, this 10,000 square foot Dutch Colonial, known as the “Webster House”, is on the market for $2.75 million CAD in Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada. Listing details: One of a kind, unique property tucked away on 8 acres of land surrounded by mature trees designed by renowned architect Ernest Walker of Chicago and built in 1911, called the Webster House located in the heart of Shediac with a spectacular view of Shediac Bay. As you turn into this tree line driveway, you’ll be impressed by this 10,000 square foot historic grand Dutch Colonial way up to the third storey dormers on the metal roof. As you walk in, you’ll find an impressive foyer with beautiful original oak floors throughout, elegant open staircase, massive grand salon offers a hearth fireplace that leads to an amazing 4 seasons sunroom with 2 sets of french doors and can accommodate large gatherings.
A main floor den, office, bar with eating area plus a commercial kitchen and baths. The upper 2nd and 3rd floors consist of 10 air-conditioned bedrooms each with an ensuite bath. A 2 bedroom inlaw suite plus a 2 bedroom apartment can also be found on this property. Additional features are fully furnished including linens etc., was used as a Bed and Breakfast, wine cellar, outdoor inground pool, with pool house and bath/shower, tennis court. Close to all amenities, golf, beach, and 15 minutes to Moncton International Airport. The property is on the market for $2.75 million CAD with Roger LeBlanc & Rachel LeBlanc of Re/Max Avante. Photography by Emma Lee Arsenault. Take the 3D Matterport tour!