Address: 57 King St. Heritage Status: None
Built: 1857
Builder/Architect: Unknown
Style: Gothic Revival/ Maritime Vernacular



This home features a central Gothic dormer, flanked by two Scottish dormers, making it quite striking. The two Scottish dormers stand directly above first-storey bay windows. Ornamental mouldings decorate the wide cornerboards, ending in returned eaves.



This home was the manse for the Presbyterian church from 1858 to 1880, when  the trustees decided to trade it for the home of James Curll-- 45 Maple St. The new home was closer to their new church building. James A. Curll (the first Town Clerk) lived in the home.

Source: Built Heritage Files, DesBrisay Museum