1901 Queen Anne in Saint John, New Brunswick – $559,000 CAD

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Added to OHD on 7/24/20   -   Last OHD Update: 7/24/20   -   9 Comments
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297 Douglas Ave, Saint John, New Brunswick E2K1E5

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  • $559,000 CAD | $416,102 USD
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 6000 Sq Ft
  • 0.3 Ac.
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In a city brim full of gorgeous historic homes, this home stands tall among the rest. The former Gregory home, built in 1901 by J. Fraser Gregory, principal in the City's premier, at the time, manufacturers of fine wood products, seen still throughout Saint John. Mr. Gregory demonstrably put the talent of his firm to work in his home. It stands today, principly intact, a testament to Queen Anne Revival architecture. Are you ready to become the next Stewart of this historic treasure? The main floor features 5 principal rooms, a grand entry hall, and a spectacular atrium, and other nooks and crannies worthy of exploration. The second floor, 5 bedrooms, the attic additional space and 2 bedrooms. double garage, unobstructed views up the Saint John River gorge. Best to watch the video, check out the address on Historicplaces.ca. Call for your personal tour. Expect to be amazed.
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Bob McVicar, Sutton Group
(506) 654-1007
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9 Comments on 1901 Queen Anne in Saint John, New Brunswick – $559,000 CAD

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  1. EricHtownEricHtown says: 396 comments

    Not just a beautiful house with gorgeous unpainted woodwork it has a beautiful view as well. I had to laugh when I read the home description and wondered if I have to change my name to Stewart if I buy it. lol

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    • From Wikipedia: “Stewart is a Scottish surname (also used as a masculine given name) possibly of pre-7th century Old English origin, derived from stigeweard, the genitive prefix stige meaning “hall”, and the suffix weard meaning “guardian” or “warden” (whence also the word steward).” Given the ancestry of many a Canadian Maritimer, there may be more going on with “Stewart” than meets the eye.

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  2. Wow, just wow.

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  3. Wow, look at all the ornate woodwork detail. Especially all that detail on the wainscoting at the entry, you don’t see that very often. Absolutely love this one.

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  4. MattDMattD says: 110 comments
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    1870 Classical Revival
    New Orleans, LA

    Beautiful House! I love the miniature of it on the piano in picture 6. Wow!

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  5. BethanyBethany says: 3473 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    In the sixth picture there is a dollhouse or model of this house on the left. I would make sure that was included in the sale!

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  6. ctmeddctmedd says: 66 comments

    The wood and carvings are incredible!!!

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  7. MichaelMichael says: 2432 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    It’s great to see all that custom mill work and trim on the interior.

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