Classic 1916 home in the charming town of Three Hills! This Alberta Heritage Survey Culture Site is in an Amazing Location! A short walk to Main Street and the downtown amenities. Inside this charming home, the morning sun shines into the kitchen. The front parlor features double French doors. Three bedrooms, bonus room, and 2 bathrooms provide ample space. Newer shingles, natural gas furnace, and vinyl windows in upper level have upgraded the home. The 1,577sq’ above grade house is situated on a massive 50’x140’ lot that boasts mature trees and a single detached garage. Potential options for this home include a Bed and Breakfast or complete the upper kitchen to suite the property. This house is ready for someone who would like to restore this character home back to its original beauty! This property boasts a rich history that began as the original Presbyterian Manse intended for the first ordained minister and family man, Rev J.S. Patterson. Rev Patterson and his family occupied this home until 1922 when the new minister, Rev R.C Acheson, moved to Three Hills. In 1925, the Congregational, Methodist, and Knox Presbyterian churches united to form the United Church and they took over all the property of the former church. Sometime after this, they sold the Manse and bought another property. In 1955, the home was purchased by a private owner, Murray Dawson. A decade later, in 1965, Thelma Nadine purchased the home and renovated it to its present form. In 1972, the present owner purchased the home. This lovely home is ready for another family to carry on this rich historical legacy.
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Listing information last updated on August 25th, 2019 at 10:15pm CDT.