1902 Queen Anne – Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia – $335,403 USD

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Added to OHD on 4/18/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/18/19   -   19 Comments
372 St. George St, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada

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  • $449,000 CAD / $335,403 USD
  • 5 Bed
  • 5.5 Bath
  • 2700 Sq Ft
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Step back in time and experience the old world charm of this iconic turn of the century Queen Anne Victorian. No expense was spared on materials or craftsmanship in the construction of the house and architectural features abound including: turret, wrap-around front porch, pocket doors, stained glass windows, 2 fireplaces, oak woodwork throughout, 10 foot ceilings, amazing attic and widows walk. Painstakingly maintained and perfectly located own the 50 yard line of Annapolis Royal ~ The Turret is being offered turn key including furnishings, appliances, web presence and goodwill~ with 4 guest suites. In addition there is a comfortable owners suite complete with kitchen in a separate building adding flexibility and privacy during the high season. A popular to tourist stop for 35 years , The Turret offers an excellent revenue stream as well as a perfect spot to call home in Annapolis Royal
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Lynn Zavitz, Tradewinds Realty
902-308-3008 / (902) 532-2121
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19 Comments on 1902 Queen Anne – Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia – $335,403 USD

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  1. Avatarlara jane says: 572 comments

    So lovely! You can tell it’s been very well taken care of! I enjoyed the listing description, too.
    “Isn’t it time you set your compass for Annapolis Royal?” Who could resist?

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  2. AvatarMark says: 162 comments

    Very nice home. Lots of original character and some details better than average( I mean…I see so many homes with the same old newel post, etc). I’d would maybe add some little extra detail of color to the exterior..

    The only question is, if you owned this home, how could you be content living in the carriage house?…aka above the garage. I’d rather lose the money of the B&B and rent the carriage house.

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  3. AvatarToscar says: 56 comments

    It’s a little gem!

    I agree about a bit more color on the exterior and losing the B&B in order to live in the house. Rent out that carriage house and keep all of the BIG HOUSE for me!………lol 🙂
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  4. MarionMarion says: 84 comments

    I absolutely love this beautiful house.

    And I agree with everyone who said, about not living in the carriage house and renting it out instead. I’m thinking by renting out just the carriage house, one could probably make enough to cover the property taxes 🙂

    But let’s not forget, that the roof space could still be finished for living space, and I think that would include the top level of the turret too. That could make lovely owners living quarters!

    The hight of the tourist season is only about 6 month a year. I think I would run the B&B for half of the year and enjoy the house for myself the rest of the time 🙂

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  5. AvatarKris says: 50 comments

    I actually like that the woodwork is finished in a lighter stain. I love darker, richer stains usually but sometimes it can be very heavy to me in some of the Victorians. You can actually see the detail in the woodwork with this shade and the house feels light and bright. I really like that they actually showed one of the turret rooms. I’ve seen many houses on here with towers and it seems an agent never thinks to take a picture of the inside of one! It still would be nice to see what the third floor of this house’s tower looks like inside, though!

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  6. AvatarMark says: 162 comments

    I agree about the light woodwork. Often, the real dark woodwork we see in old homes is actually the result of the shellac finish having aged…..i.e. that’s not what it looked liked originally.

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  7. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4708 comments

    Given the rather severe nature of this winter, I’m not sure that many would want to go north of the U.S. border but in any case, this is a fine example of the towered Queen Anne style similar to U.S. examples from the same period. As others have suggested, the buyers could either continue the bed & breakfast operation or make the Queen Anne the main residence and rent out the carriage house. Lovely home overall.

  8. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 10321 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Been on the site since 2014, not sold yet. Had a slight price reduction, moved to front of the page.

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  9. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1879 comments

    I actually like the unpainted woodwork in this house; it’s not dark! (P.S. I just read the older comments & see the same opinion expressed.) Also really like the hallway’s wallpaper (along with its mini tassels border), & the toile paper of the bathroom. And the window-seat in the second story of the turret is a great feature!

  10. AvatarGlorybe says: 151 comments

    It’s fresh & bright like Springtime on a sunshiny day!
    The turret is a perfectly lovely space & all the color schemes radiate peace & joy… The window dressings are beautiful. Think we will pack our bags & move into the carriage house & always wanted a B&B. Now where are these lovelies in Western New York where we are looking?

  11. AvatarCaptainMom says: 9 comments

    Annapolis Royal and surrounding area are very sensitive to changes that drive tourism such as the constant problems surrounding the survival of the Yarmouth/Portland ferry run. Anyone considering such a sizeable investment would be wise to study the demographics of the surrounding area. Summer is high tourist season and it is short here in Nova Scotia. In winter tourism drops significantly, leaving only the 500 or so year round residents.

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  12. AvatarColleen Johnson says: 1260 comments

    And it’s in Canada!!!….only 4000 thousand miles away from me, I’m a true Easterner, got to get back to my roots, this one is a gem!

  13. AvatarVictorianJoy says: 119 comments

    Yet another impeccably kept Victorian. I love that woodwork, the bright kitchen, the bench around the turret with coral curtains to match the bench cushions, wow! My favorite feature is the wrap-around porch which is what draws me into the Victorians every time I see one. Congratulations to the owner(s) who have loved and kept this home so incredibly special!

  14. AvatarVMaloney says: 97 comments

    Beautiful home!

  15. AvatarEyesOnYou1959 says: 266 comments

    WoW…..What an absolutely gorgeous home!

  16. Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1304 comments

    I agree there needs to be another color. With the lap siding on the lower floor and shingles on the upper floor, there was more likely a different color on the base from the upper part of the house originally.

  17. AvatarStacey says: 20 comments

    Cool door & neat round room!

  18. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Originally posted 2014, went off market for a short time but back on (not sold yet.)

    Updated with the new info and listing photos. Comments above may be older, moved to the front page.

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  19. AvatarBethH says: 106 comments
    1999 Dutchess County, NY

    Love this house – surprised that it’s been languishing on the market for so long! And I agree with all the comments about renting out the apartment over the carriage house and keeping the main house as a residence!

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