1852 Gothic Revival in Gagetown, New Brunswick – $495,000 CAD

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Added to OHD on 8/18/20   -   Last OHD Update: 8/18/20   -   6 Comments
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104 Tilley Rd, Gagetown, New Brunswick E5M2W5

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  • $495,000 CAD | $376,241 USD
  • 6 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 5000 Sq Ft
  • 4.6 Ac.
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If you love historic architecture youll love this fine example of Victorian Gothic! Lovingly restored with the historic integrity in tact this three-storey historical waterfront home is in the lovely town of Gagetown. Built in 1852 for Queens County High Sheriff, Nathaniel DeVeber, this six-bedroom home called Claremont looks out onto Grimross Creek on the St John River. Renowned boating area connects to the St John river, Grand Lake, Washademoak Lake, Belleisle Bay, the Kennebecasis River and the Saint John Harbour Bay of Fundy with deep water mooring for power or sail boats, great for kayaking or canoeing as well. Exceptionally large foyer, grand staircase, formal living and dining rooms. Large homey kitchen with working original wood-burning fireplace. Large library/office. Original wood work, door casings, sash, mouldings & windows plus gorgeous medallions, 12 high ceilings & solid original pine floors. Servant's staircase and quarters still in place. Two covered verandas overlook the river, the perfect place to enjoy summer in the shade. This 4.6-acre waterfront property has many century-old acacia trees. Newer metal roof and heating system with electric heat pump/wood furnace combination and air conditioning . Third floor redone with cedar boards and new pine floor. This fine home is noted by architectural historian Stuart Smith as ""The best example of Victorian Gothic architecture in the historic St John River Valley!"" No fear of flooding, 300' from the river
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Katherine Bacon, Coldwell Banker Select Realty
(506) 650-8575
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6 Comments on 1852 Gothic Revival in Gagetown, New Brunswick – $495,000 CAD

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a unique, cheerful kitchen. How anyone could ever go to Home Depot and purposefully choose oak cabinets, black granite countertops, and stainless appliances when a kitchen like this is possible boggles the mind.

  2. Lucky480Lucky480 says: 14 comments
    1896 Dutch Colonial

    I do love a Gothic Revival, it’s probably one of my favorite architectural styles. And that attic is something else!

  3. TheDaringLibrarianTheDaringLibrarian says: 227 comments
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    Coastal Cottage

    Stinkin cute award! Bonus points for painted wide-plank floors, friendly porches, curved banister, bead board bathroom, pretty wallpaper, tin ceiling, pediment doorway woodwork, access to river, and that gorgeous kitchen! Few changes I would make: I would remove the drop ceilings, creepy dolls, beef up the driveway surface and maybe take down a couple trees to open up the river view from the porches.

  4. Gregory_KGregory_K says: 455 comments
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    Chatsworth, CA

    Wow! A.J. Downing made it all the way to Canada. Elaborate Gothic Revival homes are comparatively rare, so this one is extra special. I love the Greek Revival woodwork inside a Gothic Revival shell.

  5. I love this Gothic Victorian! It has everything..land, waterfront, and so much charm. If I could, I would purchase this home right now!

  6. MichaelMichael says: 2860 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    What a charming home. It looks so well loved. The quilt on the stair hall is beautiful!


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