Living Room

The main feature of the living room is the large bay window which
faces east over the Westmoreland River, the Victoria Lighthouse,
and the hills behind the distant Trans Canada Highway.


Size: 13' x 23.5' with bay window facing river.
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Painted barn beams and dark walls give this room a rustic appearance.
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During the winter months this room is heated with the wood stove and with the exception of early morning, the furnace does not come on.
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The fireplace and hearth are built from the original foundation of the house.
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The bay window, which was originaly in a Charlottetown house, faces Russell Street and overlooks an open field and beyond to the Westmoreland River.
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The focal point of the living room is the red brick mantel & hearth with a Vermont Casting wood stove which acts as the main source of heat in the house.
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The view from the living room overlooks a 3-acre field and is clear to the river and distant hills with neighbours to the left and right.
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The bay window is an excellent source of light for plants.
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During the winter months this room is heated with the wood stove and with the exception of early morning, the furnace does not come on.

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