Describing this 250 year old property as a Jewel of Canadian History would be an understatement. Book your viewing now and let’s begin your next Chapter. Situated on one of the oldest streetscapes in Canada, the Bailey House, built in 1770, has a rich and colourful history. It is a fine example of the Georgian Period, with timber-frame construction, many original features, hardware finishings and materials. The Bailey House has been witness to many changes in Annapolis Royal from it’s hey day as a shipping and ship building hub to its present day attraction as a tourism and historical centre. The waterfront on lower St. George Street was once filled with shipping, trading, and mercantile activities, and sported a large hotel next door, a blacksmith shop, and several large wharves that served as ship building and shipping facilities. It was once possible to buy passage from these wharves to New Brunswick, Boston, New York and England. Should you wish to learn more about the history of the Bailey House, follow this link https://baileyhouse.ca/history/ If you are an Entrepreneur, future retiree looking to stay busy while having fun or, simply passionate about becoming a Bed & Breakfast owner in the Annapolis Valley, this opportunity is not to be missed. The property consists of: the original home which has 4 guests rooms to rent out with a 5th one possible. grounds which are beautifully maintained with rose, hosta, woodland, perennial and vegetable/herb gardens; a garden/wood shed; and in the back English gardens, a large (650 square foot/ 60 square metres) 2 level Coach House that offers 2 additional bedrooms, sitting room, 4 piece bathroom and a single attached garage. Book your viewing now and let’s begin your next chapter!
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