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230 University Avenue Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 4H7

Forced Air Landscaped

$1,295,000

Ideally located on the eastern end of the downtown plat, and within walking distance to local shops, restaurants and nightlife, this splendid Victorian mansion was built in 1875 by Harry Beckwith, commissioner of the New Brunswick & Nova Scotia Land Company, and eventually mayor of Fredericton. An impressive three storey Second Empire Style structure with Queen Anne elements including, mansfred roof, front porticoes, a large central circular staircase complete with original statue, and a high level of craftsmanship detailing right down to the hinges. Spread out over 7000 Sq ft and sitting on over 2/3 of an acre on a large open lot, The Carriage House Inn and 5 star Bed and Breakfast has operated as a successful business for many years. Consisting of 11 guest rooms, all with their own private ensuites and spread out over 3 floors guests can enjoy the private library, large main floor living and dining area and period finishes throughout. A separate Innkeeper quarters w/own entrance features 2 additional private bathrooms and access to large kitchen with gas range and main floor office space. A turn key business opportunity with historical significance. (id:42007)

Property Details

MLS® Number NB048716
Property Type Multi-family
Equipment Type None
Features Balcony/deck/patio
Rental Equipment Type None

Building

Constructed Date 1875
Exterior Finish Wood
Fire Protection Smoke Detectors, Alarm System
Fireplace Present No
Flooring Type Wood
Foundation Type Stone
Heating Fuel Natural Gas
Heating Type Forced Air
Roof Material Metal
Roof Style Unknown
Stories Total 3
Total Finished Area 7278 Sqft
Utility Water Municipal Water

Land

Access Type Year-round Access
Acreage No
Landscape Features Landscaped
Sewer Municipal Sewage System
Size Irregular 0.6 Acres
Size Total Text 0.6 Acres|1/2 - 1.99 Acres

https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/22280089/230-university-avenue-fredericton

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