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Temperance Street Houses Registered Heritage Structure, St. John’s (NOTE: #31 only is for sale)
The Temperance Street Houses (also known as the Four Sisters and the Samuel Garrett Houses) are located at 31, 35 and 37 Temperance Street, St. John’s, NL. The stone, three-storey row houses are built on a steep hill and slope down toward St. John’s Harbour. The designation is confined to the footprints of three of the buildings.
St. John’s Masonic Temple Registered Heritage Structure, St. John’s
The Masonic Temple is a two-and-a-half storey brick building with a basement level, located at 6 Cathedral Street in St. John’s, NL. Built between 1894-1896 and inspired by Classic Revival design, the Masonic Temple is the largest brick fraternal meeting hall in the province. The designation is confined to the footprint of the building.
Greenspond Courthouse is a wooden two-storey courthouse built in the Second Empire Style. Designed by architect William Henry Churchill, the courthouse sits atop a hill overlooking Greenspond, NL. The designation is confined to the footprint of the building.
The Arnold Morris House is a wooden, two storey vernacular style house with a low pitched roof located in St. George’s, NL. The designation is confined to the footprint of the building.
R.J. O’Brien’s General Store is a mid-twentieth century, one storey commercial building located on Harbour Road in Cape Broyle, NL. The designation is confined to the footprint of the building.
Pickersgill Premises includes two two-storey, early 20th century, steep gable style houses, two stores, a stable and an outhouse. This grouping of buildings is located in Salvage, NL. The designation includes two houses and all outbuildings on the property.