c. 1930 – Nova Scotia, Canada – $176,519

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Added to OHD on 8/1/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/24/18   -   7 Comments
65 Albion St, Amherst, Nova Scotia

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$239,900 CAD
$176,519 USD





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Here is an incredible opportunity to own a move-in ready historic home in the heart of Amherst. This very unique carriage house showcases impeccable craftsmanship and character that is becoming more difficult for the modern day buyer to find. Opportunities are endless for this home with a central location that borders Christie Park in Amherst. A Bed & Breakfast, restaurant or an expanding family that needs room to grow are all great reasons to own this home. Original solid oak trim, doors and floor to ceiling french doors add warmth and personality to this 1930's built home. This home has had plenty of TLC over the years and this is evident by the home's condition. All the main living area is located on the first floor and the 4 bedrooms, den and full bathroom are located on the second floor. The attic is unfinished but in perfect condition to use for storage or to finish for the growing business or family. The Basement offers a great workshop space with a walkout that's very rare to find in today's market. Call text or email to view this great property.
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Jennifer Melanson, ViewPoint Realty
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7 Comments on c. 1930 – Nova Scotia, Canada – $176,519

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  1. Avatarjulie A. says: 148 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    Wow! What a pretty house! It looks so inviting…move right in!

  2. AvatarChrisICU says: 526 comments

    Very cozy looking home – nice for those Canadian winter nights. I’m curious why the agent called this a Carriage House. I thought those were converted buildings that once held carriages, but this looks like it was always built as a home. Second thought… Is that a soaking tub in the third to last shot? Can’t really tell what’s at the top of the wood steps. A soaking tub would be awesome.

    • AvatarCate says: 125 comments
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      Milwaukee, WI

      I think it could also be a jacuzzi style tub. ChrisICU,maybe that’s what you were referring to.

      • AvatarChrisICU says: 526 comments

        You may be right Cate – not really any way to tell. But, it looks like whatever it is has a top that’s about counter height which is much higher than the traditional Jacuzzi. My fantasy is that it’s a Japanese Ofuro or soaking tub. They are much taller than a Jacuzzi and the water is neck height. I love them and while not Old House worthy (in the USA) they are awesome!

  3. SueSue says: 260 comments
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    1802 Cape

    I adore this house.

  4. AvatarCate says: 125 comments
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    Milwaukee, WI

    Gorgeous! Would love to live here, although I don’t think my furnishings would be so lovely.

  5. AvatarMystic says: 29 comments
    Huntley, IL

    I would move there in a heartbeat, lovely home 🙂


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