This beautiful home on Dufferin Street, Lunenburg was built by James Brown in 1887. One of the only homes on the street that has a low pitched style roof (that was recently redone). The dominant feature on this house is it's 2 storey projecting front facade which contains the front entrance and a 2nd storey bay window currently used as a family room. The home has gone through a fabulous transformation over the last several years. Every inch of the house has been tenderly and painstakingly renovated, rejuvenated and refurbished to some degree. The 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home has such a fresh and spacious feel with beautiful hot water radiators throughout the home. The minute you enter, there is a feeling of grandness, probably due to the 9ft high ceilings and large principle rooms... and we haven't even mentioned the hidden mural that was discovered in the back bedroom. The front and large backyard has been transformed as well, with a fenced in vegetable garden, flowers, shrubs, hedges plus an outbuilding. Come and have a look for yourself!
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