A little piece of New Brunswick history. Hewlett House, built in 1785, is one of the oldest documented houses in New Brunswick.
Richard Hewlett, the senior Officer in command of the British and Loyalist troops landed in New Brunswick in 1783 and built the house at its present location in Queenstown in 1785.
This well maintained home has been tastefully modernized keeping the original structure, but with updated kitchen and baths and the addition of present day heating systems (ground source heat pump – heat and lights under $2000/yr!).
Large bright rooms offer great spaces for entertaining, and outstanding views of the well-kept grounds and the Saint John River.
With deeded river access, this home could be used as a summer home, year round residence or Bed and Breakfast.
Beautiful large barn has its own electrical entrance and offers great potential for hobby or business opportunities, and a second outbuilding (needing some repairs) could serve as an office or guest suite.