146 Waterloo Row, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
This large home was built for Henry and Helen Chestnut in 1895, according to Fredericton Heritage Trust. Two of their sons were William and Harry, who were among the first to design a canvas-covered wooden canoe, and were the founders of the Chestnut Canoe Company. Waterloo Row must be one of the most beautiful residential streets in Canada. On the south side of the street is an excellent and interesting mix of various styles of architecture in large homes, with homes built over a 200-year…
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PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Tours are available when the legislature is not in session. Library contains about 50,000 books; an excellent collection of New Brunswick materials.
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