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Memorable Railway Station That Once Hosted King Edward VII
3,000 Sqft - 18 Station Road, Rothesay
Built in the mid-18th century placed in the community of Rothesay, this National Historic Site of Canada is one of the oldest standing railway stations in the country and presents a plethora of commercial and residential options. The wooden two storey configuration is rich with history, offering many architectural significances from the standard station structure and platform canopy to the decorative wood trim and brackets. This historic Neo-Gothic dwelling features a main level with three office spaces, one with a private bathroom, second with basement access and third with marvellous wood trim and built-ins throughout. A main conference room with high ceilings and walls separating two private cubicles completes this floor. The basement includes a spacious meeting room with exposed beams, multi-purpose lounge and storage space. Updated for today’s living yet still keeping its historical integrity, the former Stationmaster’s quarters in the upper levels of the building is an excellent rental income source. With two sizeable bedrooms, living room with brick fireplace, kitchen and full bathroom. On the upper floor is a wide plank wooden floored room that could be easily converted into an office or studio. Location is a key component, as it is close to all Rothesay related. Local restaurants, Rothesay Common, yacht club and schools. All within walking distance to this well-known treasure trove. The possibilities are unique and endless for this significant railway station property.