The House

Built in the Palladian Style, this stone house is a simple classical 2½ storey house.  The stone for the house probably from the Bartibog sandstone quarry.  The 19th century stonework can best be described as being "randomly coursed, with quoins at the corners."

The two principal rooms are situated at the front and the three smaller rooms are at the back of the house. The plan is repeated at the second level. Character-defining structures include detailed stonework on all 6 interior stone fireplaces; detailed workmanship of fireplace surrounds, chair rails, door and window trim.


View the Provincial Heritage Place listing on the
New Brunswick Register of Historic Places