Ridley Hall Ruins Registered Heritage Structure

Harbour Grace, NL

Registered Heritage Structure


Ridley Hall Ruins is the site of an early nineteenth-century stone residence located on Water Street, Harbour Grace, NL. The two-storey house has a two-storey bay at the front, and had a truncated gable roof with end chimneys. The building, designated in 1994, remained vacant for many years and was slated for restoration. However, in 2003 it was almost completely burned out by fire. The designation is confined to the footprint of the ruins.

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Location and History


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