Church in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia

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Added to OHD on 7/22/20   -   Last OHD Update: 7/31/20   -   10 Comments
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75 Brooklyn Shore Rd, Brooklyn, Nova Scotia, Canada B0J1H0

  • $89,900 CAD
  • 3674 Sq Ft
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If you're looking to own a unique piece of South Shore Real Estate, look no further! Pilgrim United Church in Brooklyn is now for sale. This beautiful church is located across from the Brooklyn Marina, with easy access and views of the Herring Cove and the Atlantic Ocean. There is so much potential for a developer here. This building would make a fantastic apartment complex, or a brewery/restaurant. With its incredible 21 rounded wood ceilings youll never find this sort of architecture in todays builds. There is also a large kitchen at the back of the hall. Everything is ready for this building to be connected to the towns modern sewer and water system. Upstairs there are currently 5 rooms that ooze potential. As Pilgrim United Church closes this chapter, you have an amazing opportunity to breathe new life into this beautiful space! Call today for more information!
Contact Information
Kristopher Snarby, EXIT Realty Inter Lake Liverpool
902-354-4896
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10 Comments on Church in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia

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  1. MJGMJG says: 1790 comments
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    CT

    Is that some ornate wood detail peaking out of the tower where the siding is falling off or am i seeing that wrong?

    Really cool woodwork in the church. Love that ceiling.

    Hopefully the next owners don’t white wash it and put in florescent strip lighting and drop ceiling.

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  2. Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 806 comments
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    1875 Victorian Farmhouse
    Lancaster, PA, PA

    Here is an old postcard of the church before it was stripped and encased in plastic: http://ucceast.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Brooklyn-Congregational-less-than-4-x-6.jpg

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    • BoobtubeBoobtube says: 228 comments
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      1984 Post and Beam saltbox
      NY

      Wow, what a difference. That center large window really shouldn’t have been removed. Totally changes the building.

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    • CarebearCarebear says: 1069 comments
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      Oh, yeah. thats what we need here! I wonder why they sided it? Brickwork needing maintainance than the church could afford, and siding it was cheaper? If so, I wonder how much it would cost to restore this church to its former glory.

  3. JimHJimH says: 5037 comments
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    Church history:
    A Congregational church congregation was organized in Brooklyn in 1848 and a church building was erected and opened for worship in 1852 and the name of Pilgrim Congregational Church was adopted. This was replaced by a new church building in 1895. The Brooklyn congregation, at first served by ministers from Liverpool, was later part of the Congregational Pastorate of Brooklyn and Milton. The Brooklyn congregation entered the United Church of Canada in 1925 and was renamed Pilgrim United Church.

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  4. LindaKLindaK says: 32 comments
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    Beautiful on the inside. Wonder what it would take to restore the outside to the way it started?

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  5. CarebearCarebear says: 1069 comments
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    Oh, yeah. thats what we need here! I wonder why they sided it? Brickwork needing maintainance than the church could afford, and siding it was cheaper? If so, I wonder how much it would cost to restore this church to its former glory.

  6. CarebearCarebear says: 1069 comments
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    That green….ouch! But the ceiling! I love it-if this church is converted to a house, its just right-not too orate, not plain. Enough to give a spark to a house. The windows…were they ever traditional stained glass? I’d love it, if the original exterior was revealed!

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  7. roxxxroxxx says: 543 comments
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    How canadiany is NS? Is it a bit more independent or?
    What a gorgeous building.

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