1914 Church in Chipman, New Brunswick

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Added to OHD on 1/14/20   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   3 Comments
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48 King St, Chipman, New Brunswick, Canada E4A2H7

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  • $69,900 CAD | $53,550 USD
  • 6000 Sq Ft
  • 1.5 Ac.
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Formerly St. Joseph's Catholic Church is located centrally in the Village of Chipman, constructed in 1914. Property consists of 3 PID's: 45131679, 45074663, and 45131661 totaling 1.5 acres with paved circular driveway and parking lot. Being sold "as is." No warranties or representation offered or implied. This 100+ year former church has conversion potential for many uses. Basement features large meeting room, restroom, kitchen with appliances and walk out. 200 AMP electrical entrance with breakers and electric baseboard heat. This building features an inside balcony as you enter and large congregational area with sanctuary at the front of the church. Drilled well, municipal sewage and new steel roof. The property is located in a residential area, as well as walking distances to Village offices, medical center, fire station.
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Anne Marie McGinley , Keller Williams Capital Realty
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3 Comments on 1914 Church in Chipman, New Brunswick

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  1. JoAnnJoAnn says: 128 comments
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    1903 Melissa, TX

    It always breaks my heart to see churches like this for sale. I can picture all the life changing events that have occurred here. The weddings, baptisms, funerals, professions of faith and so much more. But I can also picture that daily, weekly, yearly life of a congregation of people who loved this church and whose lives revolved around activities there. The potluck suppers, the youth sleep-ins, the vacation bible schools, the women’s needlework club. All that life is gone now and that is a great loss.

    • brigidbrigid says: 626 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
      Smalltown, OK

      Yes, we can mourn the loss of it’s previous life, but also be thankful that it is being sold (and at a great price) and not being torn down, abandoned, or used for storage. A family can breath new life into it and another old building will be preserved.

    • BoobtubeBoobtube says: 316 comments
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      1984 Post and Beam saltbox

      One’s loss is another’s gain. Dwell on the new life and the many new events some family will create in this building and rejoice! That main hall with the arched ceiling and lovely columns will make for a really amazing living space. Maybe a loft bedroom on that balcony space. Wish it were a little further south.


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