144 Carleton Street, St. Andrews, New Brunswick
$1,699,990 - For Sale
Linden Grange is an estate of historical and architectural importance - a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the last truly significant, fine homes in Saint Andrews, NB. Linden Grange was the summer home of Sir Leonard Tilley, Father of Confederation and Lt. Governor of NB. Built in 1829, this estate has been lovingly cared for and restored.
An exquisite treasure that has not been on the market for over 60 years. Linden Grange is recognized for its architecture, grand size, style and its magnificent property. It is a great example of a late 19th century Second Empire residence. The "Mansard" style roof with dormers was changed in 1871 by the Tilleys, the elaborate entranceway are lasting expressions of old world craftsmanship.
Large principle rooms are great for entertaining and a fabulous porch wraps around most of the home – simply perfect for early summer evening cocktails. Well set back from the street, this estate, built of brick and wood, enjoys a stately presence in the neighborhood. The Maxwell designed extension completely renovated in 2000 hosts 1600 square feet of living space on one level.
There are gorgeous staircases, beautiful wood trim, hard wood floors and 6 large and comfortable bedrooms, 4 full baths and a powder room off the gracious front entranceway for receiving guests. A beautiful sunroom, large windows throughout and several fireplaces for a chilly maritime evening – this is truly a dream come true for one of us.
- Property Address:144 Carleton Street, St. Andrews, New Brunswick
- Property Type:Residential
- Taxes:$21,172 (2020)
- Structure Type:Single Family
- Exterior Type:Brick, Other