222 St. George Street Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia B0S 1A0

Heat Pump


The Adams Ritchie House was originally a single storey of wattle and daub construction, built by John Adams (ca 1713) - one of the earliest sites in Canada. In the late 18th century Georgian style additions and a second storey were added. In 1882 it was converted into a three-storey Victorian façade extending to the street. A full century later it was sensitively restored and reinstated to its earlier structure. Leo's Cafe, a very well-established and renowned business, operates on the main floor and has been serving locals and tourists for many years. This rare find offers the new owner many options - one or more business(es) on the main and/or upper level or convert upstairs into a cozy living space. Built-in staircase to access large attic with ample storage space. Many recent improvements including heat-pumps, wood windows and costly custom front-door. The Adams Ritchie House is located in the heart of the 'Most Livable Small Town In The World' (awarded in 2004 by UN); Annapolis Royal has wonderful shops, heritage, architecture, scenery, a bustling Farmer's Market, sense of community and just a great vibe. Immerse yourself in history and make the move to this vibrant town - book a showing now, the tourists are coming and you need to get ready! (id:33979)


Business Type Other, Restaurant
Business Sub Type Other, Restaurant

Property Details

MLS® Number 202000635
Property Type Retail
Community Name Annapolis Royal
Equipment Type Propane Tank, Water Heater
Rental Equipment Type Propane Tank, Water Heater


Constructed Date 1713
Construction Material Wood Frame
Cooling Type Heat Pump
Fireplace Present No
Flooring Type Wood
Total Finished Area 2851 Sqft
Utility Water Municipal Water


Parking Space(s)
Paved Yard


Acreage No
Size Irregular 3650 Sq Ft
Size Total Text 3650 Sq Ft|under 1/2 Acre



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