Remarks

1913 Heritage styled charming home on 2 legal lots, with ocean views, very close to Marine Drive. David Roy settled in the Union Bay area from the Maritime in 1887. This home was built before the town of Royston began. He built his home and raised a family being active as the elected president of the Royston Conservative Association and served on the first school board in Royston. Royston was created as a development from the original Roy estate, later a Post Office. This home has a lovely Craftsman styled entrance on the main floor, wood floors in the living room, depression glass windows complete with wood trim with some leaded glass, antique fireplace and farmhouse kitchen with courtyard. Other well appointed details include vintage lighting, three bedrooms plus a den/sewing room, plus family room, 3 bathrooms including a metal claw foot tub. Don't miss the antique telephone and secondary staircase. Updated roof, gutters, furnace, dining room floor and fresh paint in bedrooms. (id:27)


Rooms

  • Living
    • Level: Main 4.57 m x 4.27 m
  • Dining
    • Level: Main 4.57 m x 3.35 m
  • Kitchen
    • Level: Main 3.35 m x 3.33 m
  • Laundry
    • Level: Main 2.44 m x 1.83 m
  • Foyer
    • Level: Main 5.49 m x 2.44 m
  • Bathroom
    • Level: Main
  • Master Bedroom
    • Level: Upper Level 4.57 m x 3.35 m
  • Bedroom
    • Level: Upper Level 4.27 m x 3.05 m
  • Bedroom
    • Level: Upper Level 3.05 m x 2.74 m
  • Den
    • Level: Upper Level 3.96 m x 3.05 m
  • Bathroom
    • Level: Upper Level
  • Bathroom
    • Level: Upper Level

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