Built in 1902 and lovingly rebuilt/restored in 2020-2022 to it's original beauty. This stately Queen Anne Revival house was built for Hon. James D Ryan, originally from Kendra Ireland and later owned by Sir Michael Cashin, who dubbed it "Cam Broyle". In 1941 it was bought by the Canadian government to house it's High Commissioner in Newfoundland. Following Confederation in 1949 it was home and office to first premier Joseph R. Smallwood until 1960. This home is zoned commercial/residential and offers numerous possibilities. There are four registered apartments as well as the main 3 storey home. Ask your Realtor to provide the lengthy list of renovations and upgrades to this home. Canada House (Kendra/Cam Broyle)is a designated a Registered Heritage Structure (Landmark)by Heritage NL. Find more at heritagenl.ca (id:1704)
|Business Sub Type||Miscellaneous services|
|Amenities Near By||Recreation, Shopping|
|Rental Equipment Type||None|
|Flooring Type||Carpeted, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood|
|Size Interior||9000 Sqft|
|Land Amenities||Recreation, Shopping|
|Size Irregular||118 X 155|
|Size Total Text||118 X 155|10,890 - 21,799 Sqft (1/4 - 1/2 Ac)|
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