1909 Queen Anne in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

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Added to OHD on 11/15/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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304 Granville St, Bridgetown, NS, Canada B0S 1C0

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  • $249,900 CAD | $188,901 USD
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3650 Sq Ft
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Finely crafted 'Queen Anne Revival' is a wonderful family home, or ideal for Air BnB or home based business located in Bridgetown, just minutes from historic Annapolis Royal, easy commute to CFB Greenwood. Extensive oak woodwork, wood flooring, stained glass, 2 storey bay windows and octagonal corner tower. Eat in kitchen, formal dining room and living room which opens to family room with wood stove insert in fireplace. The pine finished third floor with skylight and bath offers additional family living space or perfect studio. High and dry grade level entry basement is ideal for a workshop space. Recent efficiency updates include spray foam insulation in basement, 4 heat pumps, electrical panel to 200 amp breakers and generator panel, new oil tank 2019, deck and recent 12x16 garage/shop. $26k quote to paint and repair exterior to be done at this price. (or negotiate)
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Bruce Hutchinson , RE/MAX Banner Real Estate
(902) 532-8101 or (902) 665-5075
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12 Comments on 1909 Queen Anne in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

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  1. MJGMJG says: 1729 comments
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    CT

    Unique house and interesting windows.

    This is not a criticism but more of a question… I notice some people put their TV’s up really high like this in picture 6. I personally don’t like looking up at something. I like eye level better. My TV is actually framed and on the wall with other pictures to blend in with the other antiques, … yeah I’m a little obsessive on details.

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    • natira121natira121 says: 602 comments
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      1877 Vernacular
      Columbia River Gorge, WA

      I recently moved mine up a bit higher from eye level, and I like it that way, actually. And it’s hidden in a floor to ceiling corner cabinet that I’m almost finished building… gotta hang two more doors!

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      • MJGMJG says: 1729 comments
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        CT

        Is it as high up as in this picture or just a little higher. I was at my buddy’s house and he put his over a mantel that was really high up. I was getting whiplash looking up at it. But he said he likes looking up because it makes him feel like he’s at a movie theater. Different strokes for different folks. I mean mine is a little higher than eye level.

    • GearGirlGearGirl says: 145 comments
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      Second Empire, Gothic, Tudor... Scottsdale, AZ

      I don’t watch TV (quit in 1982!) but I bought a few flat screen TVs years ago that have SD/memory stick inputs and mounted them on my walls. I would display photos from my travels on them. Why bother with printing, matting, framing ONE image when for the same price (or less!!) you can have unlimited images on a huge screen that you can change out whenever you want? 🤓

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      • MJGMJG says: 1729 comments
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        CT

        Oh yeah me too. I have no cable. I have Apple TV for when guest come over or if I wanna watch movies after a stressful work day or a documentary. I love history. But I love rotating photos. I have paintings too. High resolution of Frederic Church or James Tissot that will slowly rotate through.

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      • dunamovindunamovin says: 135 comments

        You have me beat. I haven’t watched tv since jan 2001. That’s what books are for, kindred spirit. 😉

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      • RosewaterRosewater says: 6062 comments
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        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        Me too. TV free for 7 years.

        Rad glass details!

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    • SharonSharon says: 666 comments
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      2001 Contemporary
      Sedalia, MO

      That’s high. And that’s why I sit close to middle/back in the theater. Eye level or lower, please.

      Now, about that newel post tease. Come on, man! Show us the ornament on top. That’s always the best part. I always feel like Sherlock Holmes changing the zoom to maximum and then using my magnifying glass to get a better look as what gets overlooked. Realtors!!! Show us ALL of the newel posts—tippy top to baseboard bottom, please. (Even the video zooms by in a blur.)

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  2. Slroulette23Slroulette23 says: 166 comments
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    Ooohhhh! My favorite green!!

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  3. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 1159 comments
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    1875 Limestone house
    Langeais, Loire Valley,

    Love the shifted staircase and the curvy landing. The stained glass are great too!

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