Prestigious Character Home That Is A Former Hotel

19 Station Road, Rothesay

A prestigious property so deeply planted within Rothesay history it was originally owned by Thomas Parks, eventually becoming an annex of the Belleview Hotel, the residence for Lieutenant Governor William Pugsley in 1926 then in later years known as Duart Hall. Within 3,740 square feet there are 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms with the utmost privacy especially in the largely treed front yard. Having its own right of way lane straight through to the Rothesay Common is a major coup for those with children or who work in the area as closeness is key. Looking west to the Kennebecasis River you can see the waterway and the Rothesay Yacht Club from the cupola (aka window's peak) located above the full attic which can easily be transformed into finished space. Step onto the verandah that calls for evening beverages to be enjoyed on and you are greeted by the grand entryway complete with wood beamed ceiling, 2 proper living rooms each with their own fireplace, sunroom, dining room, kitchen, heat pump and an open staircase with two quarter landings all tying off the interior entrance. The renovated kitchen has exposed brick, built-in banquette seating and overlooks another common room with 2 bright mudrooms, powder room and main floor laundry off it. The second floor has all the sizeable bedrooms with two of them having their own ensuite bathrooms. Placed on over half an acre of well established hardwoods, this home exudes richness once hosting the Prince of Wales dancing on its front lawn.

$559,000

NB036864

MLS LISTING ID

3,740

SQUARE FOOTAGE

4

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS

4

NUMBER OF BATHROOMS

1

Garage Spaces

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A prestigious property so deeply planted within Rothesay history it was originally owned by Thomas Parks, eventually becoming an annex of the Belleview Hotel, the residence for Lieutenant Governor William Pugsley in 1926 then in later years known as Duart Hall. Within 3,740 square feet there are 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms with the utmost privacy especially in the largely treed front yard. Having its own right of way lane straight through to the Rothesay Common is a major coup for those with children or who work in the area as closeness is key. Looking west to the Kennebecasis River you can see the waterway and the Rothesay Yacht Club from the cupola (aka window's peak) located above the full attic which can easily be transformed into finished space. Step onto the verandah that calls for evening beverages to be enjoyed on and you are greeted by the grand entryway complete with wood beamed ceiling, 2 proper living rooms each with their own fireplace, sunroom, dining room, kitchen, heat pump and an open staircase with two quarter landings all tying off the interior entrance. The renovated kitchen has exposed brick, built-in banquette seating and overlooks another common room with 2 bright mudrooms, powder room and main floor laundry off it. The second floor has all the sizeable bedrooms with two of them having their own ensuite bathrooms. Placed on over half an acre of well established hardwoods, this home exudes richness once hosting the Prince of Wales dancing on its front lawn.