“It’s so quiet and peaceful here, and yet, you are in the heart of downtown”--Natalie
“Like something from a movie”--Christie
“It feels so warm and inviting”--Cearagh
Beautifully updated and historically preserved, this house is a dream. Built in 1898 by Charles B. Record, founder of the Record Foundry and Machine Company, the home at 93 Victoria St is one of the oldest buildings in Moncton and was designated a Heritage Property in 1996.
Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two sitting rooms, and too many stunning features to list come together to make up this phenomenal home. But what you can’t see from the photos is how this home feels. It is grand. It is stately. And yet, in spite of its size and sense of grandeur, it feels very warm, inviting, and full of captivating charm in every architectural detail.
Old-world elegance blends seamlessly with modern features in this home. Here, you will find luxuriously high ceilings, a winding staircase, ceiling medallions, and a black onyx fireplace.
You will also find a fully updated chef’s kitchen complete with double wall ovens, multiple pantries, and a full-size fridge and freezer. The bathrooms are simply sublime and have been updated with heated floors and marble tile. The ensuite even comes complete with a soaker tub and a rainfall shower.
As you explore Record House, you feel the deeply-rooted history in this home around every turn. You feel the elegance of this home. And you feel the grandeur of this home. But most importantly, you feel welcome in this home.
Record House is a truly refined and distinctive statement property. There is no other like it on the market in Moncton today.
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