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Heritage Homes Tour


ST. ANDREWS – The Charlotte county Archives is delighted to announce that on Saturday, August 12, 2017
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. we will be holding our Fourth Annual Tour of Heritage buildings in historic St. Andrews. 

This summer we are presenting two heritage homes, Daytime, at 62 Champlain Avenue, the last house in Saint Andrews designed by Edward Maxwell’s firm, and Cory Cottage, at 45 Carleton Avenue, a side gabled Greek Revival residence, newly renovated and decorated by Lee Wells, co-owner of the neighbouring Pansy Patch.

Two newly-built properties have also been added to the slate this year, The Walyngton Wedge, or “The Wedge” as it is known around Town, the newest property on the harbour front at the foot of Augustus Street.  Bill and Joan Smith’s home, on the corner of Mary and Water is an Arts and Crafts style house, and was designed in large part by Bill. 

The Charlotte County Court House will also be on the tour. Along with a tour of this 1840 building, we will be inviting visitors to an exhibit of artwork by St. Andrews artist Mary Hashey, exclusively curated for this homes tour.

Homemade baking and refreshments will be served from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Anglican Church Hall.

TICKETS are $25, and expected to go quickly.  TICKETS GO ON SALE JULY 4 at two Scotiabank branches: in St. Andrews, corner of King and Water, and in Fredericton, corner of Carleton and King.

Please join us and see for yourself some of the exquisite built heritage of our Loyalist town.




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