104 Tilley Road Gagetown, New Brunswick
Restored Victorian Gothic home set amongst stately Acacia trees on 4.8 acres along the Saint John River, ""Claremont"" is one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture found on the east coast. Built in 1852 for Nathaniel DeVerber, High Sheriff of Queens County, this six-bedroom home has been lovingly restored and beautifully maintained. Step inside the grandeur of a bygone era. High ceilings, solid wood doors, wide baseboards, solid original pine floors, an impressive plasterwork create a stunning interior. The front entrance hall is exceptionally large with a grand curved staircase. The formal parlour boasts gorgeous original windows with water views, lovely pine wood doors, and casings, impressive crown mouldings, a beautiful medallion and chandelier, wide baseboards, plus a wood stove surrounded by a brick hearth and wood mantel. Newly restored, embossed tin ceilings line the family room. Moor your boat right out front and enjoy swimming & fishing in the St. John River. (id:15898) Show Description
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