Ocean front heritage home

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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Ocean front heritage home

The Lark Harbour house was built in 1890 by Sam Sheppard, a young fisherman who had moved here from Spaniard's Bay, a fishing village on the east coast of the province. Typical of other fishing houses of the time, the two story, two bedroom home is constructed of local pine, some planks 12 to 18 inches wide. Sam had hand planed many of the beams in the house, and nailed the home together with square nails or homemade wooden dowels. The Lark Harbour house, the oldest standing home in the Bay of Islands, is a peek into Newfoundland's history.

The house is fully furnished. In the living room you will find a sofa bed, a rocking chair and a lovely ...Read more

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Helen H.

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